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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jspfffjpyww TW -- fTf THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS - VOL XXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST scloiito and orii History or thd irouse of Austria which is in high ropnto and a History of tho Declino of Spain From tho Accossion of Philip III to tho Â¬ 11 1897 Â¬ Â¬ NO 4 GANOVAS ASSASSINATED The Prime Minister of Spain Shot By An CONDITIONS UNCHANGED And Anarchist GREAT EXCITEMENT Iraualfa Imnnn All AND INDIGNATION AeAnQQln Plnaaaae Thn la In Pitnlmli Rut Nap Pi rowly Escopod Lynching Public Llfo and Works of Sonor Anionio uanovas uoi uasiuio Iadrid Aug 0 V- - k Senor Canovas Del of Spain yestorday at Santa edta by an anarchist Tho murderer prffiJxrce shots two of which struck thpremior In tho head and tho other tho ohest Tho wounded man ling- jred unconscious for two hours and died ti 3 oclock in tho afternoon His wife jvas but a short distance away whon ho lilo tho primo minister tnfassasslnatcd OI Jtr - BSVOn CASTILLO h n tem w - Santa Agueda is noted for its baths Tho placo is between San Sebastian tho summer residence of tho Spanish court and Vittoria the capital of tho provinco of Alava about SO miles south of Bilbao Tho premier went thero last Thursday to take a three wcoks course of the baths aftor which ho expected to return to San Sebastian to meet United States Minister Woodford whon that gentleman should bo ofllcially re coivod by tho queen regent The assassin was immediately arrest- Â¬ ed Ho is a ncapolitan and gives tho namo of Rinalda but it is bolioved that this is an assumed namo and that his real namo is Micholo Augiuo Golli The murderer declares that ho killed Senor Canovas in accomplishment of a justvorigcauco and that tho doed is tho outcome of a vast anarchist conspiracy Ho is bolioved to havo arrived at Santa Agueda the samo day as tho premier and ho was frequently seou lurking in the passages of tho bathing establishment in n suspicious manner At tho moment of the assassination ho was waiting in the gallery of tho bathing establishment for his wife who was to join him for lunch Suddenly tho assassin who had the appearanco of nn ordinary visitor approached and fired at him point blank ono bullet passing through tho body and coming out behind tinder the loft shoulder and tho other two lodging in tho head He fell instantly and only recovered consciousness long enough to speak a few words Several modical men and his wife wero unremitting in thoir attentions to the sufforor but his wounds unhappily wero mortal and ho died in two hours Extreme unction was administered amid a sceuo of mingled sorrow and in- Â¬ dignation Tho assassin narrowly escaped lynoh ing at tho hands of tho waiters and attendants who rushed forward De Â¬ tectives and civil guards immediately secured him Ho was very palo trem bled violently and evidontly feared that ho would bo killed on tho spot Ho will bo first arraigned beforo tho local magistrate at Vcrgara Tho queen regont on hearing the Bad news dispatched hor own physician Dr Bustos by a special train from San Sobastiau Later on learning that Canovas was doad sho wired her con dolonco to tho widow The queen regont and all tho mom- bors of tho cabinot will return at onco Her majesty has intrusted tho presidency of the council to General Azcar raga minister of war and tho cortes will bo summoned to roossomblo on Tuesday Tho greatest excitement and indigna Â¬ tion prevails among all classes All the members of tho diplomatic corps havo expressed their sympathy with tho govÂ¬ ernment Many senators doputies and generals whllo expressing their grief and indignation havo offered to render to the government all tho assistanoo in thoir powor Senor Antonio Canovas Dol Castillo according to tho dictionualro universe Dos Coutomporalns was born at Mala- Â¬ ga Feb 8 1828 Ho took tho coureo in philosophy and law iu the university of Madrid and began his career as a jour- Â¬ nalist In 1851 ho niado his dobut un Â¬ der thopatronago of Seuors IMos Rosas and Puohoco as chief editor of tho Patria in which ho dofonded conserva Â¬ tives ideas About this time ho pub lished a volume of lyric pooms and a sorted of historical papers Ho was in doubt whether to follow a literary or rmlitlcjil career but soon found himself fumed to politics by tho course of frU In 1852 ho was named doputy for Malaga and from that tlmo until his death hrd nover consod to occupy a oat iu tho cortes Iu I860 ho was charge dalTaires a Homo and prepared the historical unmorandum ou tho relations at Spain with tko holy seo whlok served as a basis for tho Concordat After serving the crown as governor et CwUzfu W5 director general of tho ndsninUtraticu from 1858 to 1841 and kutty- - in that samo year n under mmfcry of state for the interior tho OkUM Mm to tpa nauunrj of the Mou oaMuet m iwm th narkolios of fluanoe and cabinet ft adnata In the ODonnell draw up and it dertkmd upon htm to tho lew to the abolition of the alava MRMjr before the revolniiou of trad lentf ha btOMM specially conspicuous m f to Us ta defend with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ energy In tho cortes tlfo principle ot blending liberal and conciliators ideas with tho constitutional monarchy whon all the parties that had supported this political doctrine had deserted the parliament He was banished a short time beforo the revolution occurred and took no part in it Iu tho face of tho triumphant revolution after his return from exilo and in tho full constitueut assombly of 1808 supported br Sonors Elduavcm Bu- gallal and two other ho hoisted the standard of tho legitimato and consti- Â¬ tutional monarchy This is his greatest title to fame His fidelity and ability finally secured for him the suprome direction of tho Alfonslst party and on tho proclamation of Alfonso XII as king on Deo 311874 Senor Canovas del Castillo becamo president of tho council and chief of tho now cabinet called tho cabinot of conciliation Ho retired in September 1875 becauso of tho demands of the extreme Conserva tive party but ho was called back to the presidency of the council on Dec 3 of the same year and charged particularly with ho direction of the first legislative elcotions of tho new regime Ho was himsolf elected to tho cortes from tho city of Madrid in January 1870 It devolved upon him then to repress tho second attempt of tho Carl ists to bring on a civil war and to deal with tho first insurrection in Cuba With tho excoption of an interval of a few months he continued to hold the premiership down to 1870 when on tho return of Marshal Martinez Campos from Cuba ho retired from the premiership and was succeeded by Campos who accepted as his colleagues the principal associates of Sonor Canovas The opposition raised to tho policy of Campos soon forced him to retire Sonor Canovas skillfully resisted de- Â¬ layed and finally defeatod the free trado and emancipation projects of Campos On tho reassembling of the cortes in December 1870 Campos gave up tho attompt to conduct the government aud Senor Canovas formed a new cabinot on December1 10 with a secoud Cuban insurrection to be dealt with Ho oharged Gonoral Blanco with this task but the reactionary tendency of his homo policy becamo more and mora marked until the financial projects in which ho wishod to embark drow upon him the bitter attacks not only of Oas tolar aud tho Republicans but also those of Campos and Sagasta and he was compelled to resign In 1881 ho re turned again to powor but his Conserv ative cabinet was speedily overthrown and a coalition government with Sagas ta aud Campos at its head took the reins of affairs At tho general elections of tho same year ho was returned to the cortes from Madrid and becamo tho chief spokes man of tho intermediate party known as tho party of Conservativo Llbcrals On Jan 18 1884 he was called upon to form a Conservative ministry In or dor to sccuro a majority devoted liko himself to ideas of order and of liberty in harmony with tho monarchical principle ho dissolved the cortes and the now elections resulted favorably Bat on Nor 20 1885 on the question of the occupation of tho Carolino islands by Germany he was again compelled to resign being succeeded by Senor Sagasta The samo day he was eleoted president of tho chamber by 233 votos against 112 cast for Sonor Romero Ro bledoaud ho signalizod Ids entrance upon his now functions by a funeral oulogy of King Alfonso XII who had died tho previous day In 1800 another rovcrsal brought him back into powor and on July 6 ho took tho presidency of a Consorvativo cabinet replacing tho Liberal ministry of Sagasta Two years later tho pendulum swung to tho opposite extremo and tho Liberals under Senor Sagasta won tho general elections and retained power until 1805 when disagreements iu the Sagasta cabinet led tho quoeu regent to summon Canovas to tho premiership Canovas came last into power on Fob 7 1805 A number of olllcers had broken and pillaged tho offices of various nowspapors which had made in Â¬ sinuations against the conduct of ofll cors engaged iu suppressing the Oubau revolt Tho war minister soomed to support the officers whereas tho premier Sonor Sogasta ordered tho journalists to bo protected This led to the retire- Â¬ ment of ho ministry Marshal Campos was temporarily made captaln-gouor-greatest excitement of Madrid aud tho Finally Seuor Canovas provailcd formed a ministry although ho lacked the support of a scotiouof tho Conserva tive party The government was dofcated on a vote of censure on Juuo 8 1805 but did not resign The goneral elections of April luOO returned nu overwhelming majority to the cortes iu favor of the polloy of the Canovas cabluot though the opposition charged that tho min Â¬ ister curried many of tho electiou districts by gross frauds On June 2 last Sonor Cauovas ten Â¬ dered tho resignation of the cubluet owiug to the difficulty ministers ox perieucod iu carrying on tho govern- mont in viaw of tho parliamentary situation caused by tho refusal of tho Lib- Â¬ erals to tako part in tho deliberations of tho cortes This attitude ot tho Lib orals was duo to a personal oncounter botwpon tho Duko of Totuan minister of foreign affairs and Professor Comas a distinguished Liberal lonator ou May 21 when the duke slapped tho face of the professor aftor a heated debate ou the Morgan resolution adopted by the United States senate After four days of conference with the leaders of all political parties the queen regont re- nested him to withdraw the reelgua S on of the cabinet and he did so being confirmed by the orown in hie minis Â¬ terial powers with the personnel and policy of the cabinet unchanged Senor Canovas was the author of numerous works in moral and noiitioal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Death of Charles II which ranks favorably among works of it class from Spanish writers Under tho title of El Solitario he published a monograph dedicated to ono of his uncles Estcbancs Caldoron Of his literary studies the ono of most goneral interest is a volumo on the contemporary Span ish theaterr which nppcarod in 1880 Ho had received the insignia of tho order of tho Red Eriglo from tho Emperor of Germany tho Grand Cross ot tho Order of the Tower and Sword from tho King of Portugal and tho Golden Flccco from tho King of Spain Doth Engines Dcmolliliil Ohio City O Aug 0 Cincinnati Jackson and Mackinaw Bouthbound train No 8 was struck by Toledo St Louis and Kansas City train No 2 at the junction of those roads at this placo Saturday Tho Cincinnati Jackson and Mackinaw train had tho right of way and no reason was assigned why tho trainmen of tho Toledo St Louis and Kansas City did not obscrvo tho rules No ono was injured bnt both engines wero totally demolished Engineer Bnrpen had a very narrow es cape remaining ou his eugino which was completely turned ovor crawling out of tho wreckage without a scratch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vory Unsatisfactory Around In tho GOAL MINERS WAGE BATTLE Several Additions to tho Ranks of Strikers During tho Week Aug 0 Although yet terday was considered a day of rest among tho strikers probably the most effectivo work among tho Plum Creek miners was performed A largo mass meoting was held at Camp Isolation at Plum Creek in tho afternoon which in addition to about 1000 others was at- Â¬ tended by about 200 women tho wives and daughters of tho miners who are still at work iu the Plum Crook mlno Notwithstanding tho fact that deputies visited tho homes of these people yes torday morning and advised them not to attend the meeting nearly every woman attended her brother or hus band with hor Becauso of the many restrictions put on tho strikers they havo hitherto been unable to get a chance to arguo their causo with the Plum Creek workmen and the occasion given them yesterday was tho result of the missionary work of the wivei of tho strikers from Mc- Â¬ Donald Finloyville and Carnegie Theso women have been working as sidlously during tho past week and se cured the promise of the wives of tho working minors to attend tho mooting and bring their husbands The result of tho meeting was the assuranco from nearly a hundred men that they would join tho strikers The plan is for tho men to work until ihoy receive their 20 days pay which will bo given thorn today and then they aro to desert the pit leaving only oiglit days wages back which judging by tho action of tho company in tho case of tho Sanky Creek strikers will be refused them If this plan docs not miscarry tho strikers think it will only be a question of a very short timo until tho Dcarinit mines aro tied up completely Tho meeting yesterday was inaugurated by religious services conducted by Rov Lincoln Lash assisted by a choir of 20 colored Jubilee singers after which Mrs Mary Jones tho Chicago agitator spoko for about an hour put Â¬ ting tho case very plainly to her women ho placed the responsibility auditors for tho success or falltiro of the strike on tho wives and made a decidedly favorable impression An cpidemlo of typhoid fever in a mild form is raging iu the vicinity of Camp Determination at Turtle Crook 60 cases having dovcloped among tho oitizens of that borough Tho campers have not boen attacked as yot aud as a precautionary mcasnro tho health officials have ordered oxtra sanitary meas ures Bad water and laok of sowcrae in tho borough is assigned as tho cause of the disease Fivo deaths havo resulted up to date Only 25 strikers wero In Camp Debnt toward termination yesterday evening it began to assume its normal by the return of tho men condition who had gono homo to freshen their apparel and otherwiso prepare for the now weeks work PiTTSBUno Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ can only do sccureu tyrafiont ana uncommonly laborious placer mining in terspersed with many weary miles of tramping around from pocket to pocket Ho farther pays that tho jouruoy to tho diggings from Juneau is an en terprise likely to pall tho stoutest heart Beyond all this winter is already bo ginning in that region and nny one who starts must stop over at Junean until noxt May Thero is not food enough in all Alaska to keep the people who aro planning to go thoro for a month lie also says tho largest part of tho Klondyno region is in Canada without stretching an elastio boundary line an iuoh and adds that tho Dominion polico will havo something to say about Yankees coming over thero and taking away all tho gold Â¬ Â¬ BULGARIAN DISASTER Forty Six People Killed and Many Wounded In a linffc I MdW TERRIFIC EXPLOSION Duo NEWS NUGGETS All the saloons In Uarrodsburg Ky havo been closed Georgo Lucas an colored boy of Zancsvlllo O has confessed to a series of thefts John Hatchet plowed up a pot contain Â¬ ing 1000 in gold on a farm In Brown county Ind Trumps entered Anton Botts house at Akron O built a firo In the kitchen stove ond prepared a inoal Horaco Yarnell was held up In tho high way at Jamestown O aud compelled to glvo up his valuables Harry MoXames jewelry store at Wheeling W Va was robbed of 1200 worth of watches and rings The safe in tho postofllco at Qtilncy Ind was blown by burglars and 300 In cash and 75 In stumps taken The remains of Massasolt an Indian chieftain havo been unearthed near Anderson Ind Tho skeleton was in a sit ting position At Evansvillo Ind chemists found poison In tho stomach of George Golger who had been burled flvo years Ills wlfo Is under arrest for poisoning her grand Â¬ Â¬ POWDER Absolutely Pure rOWDER CO To Careloss Handling Explosives of Celebrated for Its great leavening itreucth and A Mures the food against alum and healthfulneu all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands XOYAL BAKING NEW YORK Â¬ EXPLOSION OF GASOLINE A Man nit Wife and Little Child nadir Burned In Chicago Chicago Aug 0 Throo persons composing tho family of Peter Veth at 227 East Huron street wero seriously burned yesterday lu a firo caused by an explosion of gasoline Tho injured aro Peter Veth Mrs Bessie Vcth his wife aud Edwin Veth aged two and a half years Mrs Vcth went to tho rooms of Mrs G H Solomon on tho second floor from whom sho had rented tho rooms and procured a small quantity of gasoline iu a cofToo cup to cleau a brass bed- Â¬ stead Taking it to hor rooms sho used tho stuff iu cleaning tho bed nnd with a brush applied it to tho woodwork Hcrlittlo boy with baro feet aud wearing but llttlo clothing was playing on tho floor It was not noticed that tho gasoline had filled tho room with vapor and Mr Veth struck a match for tho purpose of lighting a cigar In an instant thero was an explosion and tho room was flllod with flamo Tho husband caught up tho ohild in his arms and ran down tho stairs out of tho firo A few sec- Â¬ onds later he was followed by his wlfo who was screaming and enveloped in flames from head to foot All her clothing was burning and tho wrappor sho wore fell from her in blazing strips At the landing on tho second floor sho met Mrs Solomon tho landlady and tho frantio woman throw her arms around Mrs Solomon and begged hor to save her Mrs Solomon disengaged herself only to bo grasped again about the neck by the agonized woman She succeeded in shaking hor off and ordering her to re Â¬ main standing where sho was ran into one of her own rooms and procured a pitcherof water which sho poured on Mrs Voth This was repeated by tho landlady aud thou the latter throw around Mrs Veth a large quilt from one of her beds aud the flames wero subdued Tho mother was romovod to the German hospital Thero the physicians after dressing her burns said she would probably recover Mr Veth was taken to tho samo hospital His hands and arms aro severely burned and his hair aud eyobrows singed Tho boys injuries aro not serious Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ton Two hours after his death at Lexington Ky notice was received that Randolph Johnson a colored soldier had been grunted a pension with back iay amount- Â¬ ing to 1000 Miss Emma Hubert of Martin Mich has beon asleep since lust Wednesday noon As tho girl 1ms boen in good health and apparently vigorous tho doctors aro utterly uuublo to account for tho strange caso J II Gllinandshoo merchant of Ripley O has turned over hU business to C Balrd Assets J1000 liabilities 5000 1000 of which is duo on stock 1700 to tho Ripley Citizens bank und 3000 to Â¬ usslguors father Mrs Kunnlo Cosby of Fredericks Hall Louisa county Vu now U7 years old has purchased her Collin and brought It horn In anticipation of her death This lady who is tho oldest person In Virginia is highly connected Washington Corrlngton one of tho old- est und wealthiest citizens of Peoria Ills has provided In his will for the establish ment of a university at that placo Sin Corrlngton endow tho proposed Institui tion with 1000000 Mary A Dally died- at Ceuterburg O aged almost 100 years Sho occupied the flrbt log cabin ou tho slto of Centerburg over 70 years ugo All was a wilderness then She was the mother of 10 children eight of whom are still living At East Liverpool O Mary Small struck Chris Ackermnn with her fist and ho full ovor dead The woman has been jailed but it is believed death was duo to heart failure superinduced by the oxclto ment of a quarrel which they had Â¬ Â¬ - Crime and Casualties man to tho last Japanese protest against tho annexation of Hawaii will bo brief by comparison with the long lottors that havogono boforo but will bo conciliatory in tono This is accounted for by tho foot that tho state department has takon note of tho published utter ances of eminent Japanese statesmen Which while unofficial are still of un doubted authenticity all going to show that Japan has herself no designs upon tho islands but soeks only to conserve her treaty rights However the baslo tono of tho note on this point will bo the declaration by Secretary Fostor wheu ho submitted to President Harrison tho original treaty of annexation in 1803 which failed owing mainly to tho imtuodiato change This statement wa3 of administration that according to a recognized priuciplo of international law tho obligation ot treaties even when somo of their stipu- Â¬ lations aro u torms perpetual oxpiro in caso eitliei of the contracting parties loses its oxstenco as an independent state Tho foreign troaties of the Hawaiian islands therefore terminate up Â¬ on annexation with the competence of the government to hold diplomatic relations The argument is to mcot the Japanese o jeotiou that they will by an nexation ioso certain privileges for Japancso subjects which they now enjoy undor treaty with Hawaii PASSENaeRTRAIN YfRECKEU The IlacEaea Hatter Fatally Injured and the Postal Clerk Hurt Oiu TANOOdA Aug 0 Tito Mom phis and Charleston passenger train was wrecked at 0 30 oclock near Stratton Ala by a misplaced switch Thn mail and baggage cars were overturned and badly damaged and much baggago and mall matter were lost Sam Davis baggago master had two ribs broken aud received Internal in juries wliloh are bolioved to bo fatal J T Martin postal clerk was badly out and bruised Origin of Pal Ale It Is not generally leuown that India palo ale is so called because it was orig Â¬ inally mado solely with s view to tho climate of the East Iudios Onco a vessol containing a number of Bass hogsheads for tho oast was wrecked lu tho chan Â¬ nel but tho groator part ot tho cargo was saved Among other sab ago tho underwriters sold the barrels ot alo in London Tho now bovorago was warmly praised by the Londoners who happened to drink it aul in the eowse ot a short time a demand sprang up thHHtghout tko English speaking countries for India pale ate San Freweieoq Argonaut Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ REPLY TO JAPAN Secretary Sherman Will no Ilrlef and Ufa Conciliatory Laucuagc Washington Aug 0 It is under stood that tho reply of Sccrotary Sher OUR Â¬ Â¬ IN THE WHEELING DISTRICT The alondal and Kim Grove Men Have TM illit at Kw AwWIw Rflrha Wkal ia tka halubt of voar ambition dear Ohaotnethlng beÂ¬ Marie Unshing tween 8l and 6 feet Loudon Fnn Joined the Striken Aug 0 Tho Gleudalo men havo joined the striko and Elm Grovo is also out A demonstration will now bo mado against Boggs Run The leaders havo secu tho succoss following the demonstrations in tho Pitts burglars burg district and realizo that efforts ou At South Bend Ind Harvey Brlggs evory other line havo failed to bring out aged i played circus by climbing an eleo the bono of contention here tho Boggs trlo light tolo and was electrocuted by an Run mou At a meeting ot the Ohio uninsulated wire on which he Intended to Yalley Trados and Labor Assombly yes Â¬ walk Mrs Warren Wlndrig was shot and terday of ternoon resolutions condemn Â¬ ing tho recont injunctions issued in this killed by her husband In hor homo at Judge Jackson and Masou wore Springvlllo N Y while talking to a vis- Â¬ state by passed All eiforts to abridgo tho rights itor He wounded Miss Ware the visot pQaceablo assomblage aud froo speech itor The husband and wlfo liad not been on good terms wero douounccd At Bellolro a miners aid storo has Jealousy over n woman resulted in a boon established for tho aid of tho strikmurder at Peltier Tenn Saturday night ers who aro in destituted circumThomas Carroll a young man stabbed stances A dully canvass of tho town Wytho Taylor uged 3 In the left breast replenishes tho stock Tho knife blado penetrated Taylors heart Tho reports in circulation that thore A poso of citizens started In pursuit ot would bo evictions at some of tho com the murderer but he Is still ut large pany houses across the dyer are with- Â¬ Watt on Leonard u prosperous farmor out foundation It is uot likely that of Washington county Va was mur inch a step will bo attempted as it dered In tho suburbs of Bristol Tenn would result iu trouble Saturday night by John Jackbon a farm hand The men quarreled about koine Trimble Feared lu Southern Iudlnna Aug 0 Eighty farm machinery which resulted In Jack Vincknnes Ind stabbing Leonard in tho heart Leon striking cool miners from Linton have eon leaves a widow and six small children ard taken possession of an Evansvillo aud Jackson Is still ut large Torre Haute freight train bound for Firm Evansvillo whore they aro to be rein- Â¬ Tho largo iwrn of Charles F Leeke near force then proceed to Earlington Ky and try in u peaccablo mauuor to get Valparaiso Ind was burned together tho miners at that placo to join tho with contents including four horses his strikers Tho miners of tho stato aro hay crop grain and farm Implements 500 Insurauoo 000 massing at Evansvillo and troablo is Loss feared All the mines iu southern In Fire tit Wllmore Ky destroyed the diana aro closedj Green hotel Wllmore hotel Burrs under Â¬ taking establishment and damaged the CrUU la Illluol general storo of Joplln it Company and Ills Aug 0 The in Mount Olive Companys cigar factory Whitman ot tho coal Total loss 18000 with an insurance of torost in the strike situation minora in this district is uow centored about 10000 lu Coffoou Fully 1000 strikers are A Happy Return camped thero but so far thero has boen Many amusing stories are told con Â¬ uo outbreak nected with dnoling Ono has recently Maolllon Mluert Marching Veen told in whloh au English poor aud Nouth Lawrknck O Aug 0 The a politician figured and wo venture to minors of tho Masalllon district about repeat it becauso wo think it worth pro 2000 in number are ou their way to sorving Tho peer for somo offense Wadsworth to lnduco men at work was called out by tho politician and thero to stop promptly rospouded to tho challenge Ou arriving at homo agaiu after the LETTER FROM ALASKA duel his lordship gavo n guinea to the driven him to and Hut coaohmau who nntr or Hold Thre Oat It Ii Verjr txpm tho groundhad Tho driver appoars Hard to Captain to hsvo beon an exceptionally honest Poktland Me Aug 7 Miles Staudleh ot Montreal who has eisaplo man Ho was surprised by the lergoucMOf the nun presented and widi been spowdlug tho summer lu Alaska My lord I only took yon to has written a letter whloh was just reÂ¬ Yes yes I know that Bnt the guinea ceived here Iu this letter be says thac the Uoti n on the Klotidyke is not is for bringing we back not for taking very dtwiniUiur to other gold nhti The ine Mt I enjoyed the drive home very yeUow metal is there he says bat it ninoh hot not the drive oat That Is dose not he around tho gronnd in what I pay you for Harpers Hound chunks welting to be sooopeduB It Table Wheeling Â¬ Â¬ killed William Campliell u Panhandle conductor was killed by a train at Crown Point Ind J G T Wintlock of Glasgow Ky whllo crossing a creek In a wagon wus washed out and drowned At Cannelton Ind Walter Bnulshaw 8 was shot aud fatally wounded by a young companion who was playing with a pistol Henry J Recti a money lender and his sister Blanche M Reed wero found dead In their homo at North Adams Mass They had apparently beon murdered by Benjamin Blair of Ravenna O was gored to death by u bull Adam Yeager of near Beda Ohio county Ky was struck by lightning and Â¬ Â¬ Behqiiolz O Aug 0 While a steam HAND ON THE THROTTLE thresher owned by Hess Fawcett Sat the Head Inelueer While the Train was in operation on tho Dorranco farm Speed Along Fawnear hero tho boiler exploded Sr Joskpii Mo Aug 9 Whllo his cett was hurled a distance of 70 feet train was coming toward the city at and was instantly killed A son of Hess the rato of 40 miles an hour over the and a farmer uamed Boyd wero frightBurlington road Engineer Charles Tor fully scalded roy was stricken with paralysis and A Councilmans Leg Torn On died in his scat with his hand on the Brazil Ind Aug 0 Joseph Cling throttle erman a councilman from tho Second Long after ho was dead the train ran ward was seriously if not fatally inÂ¬ on with increasing speed passing crossjured iu a runaway accident about ings without whistling aud at last noon yesterday while driving tho city thundering past a station at which it sprinkling wagon Ono leg was caught should havo stopped It was then that in the wrecked wagon and torn off near tho fireman Jumes McDonald saw tho ankle that something was wrong with Torrey Good Crops In Indiana The fireman shook him thinking him Richmond Ind Aug 0 Tho stato asleep aud tho dead engineer foil to the floor of tho cab Tho fireman took crop bulletin of tho week shows growchargo of tho engine nnd brought tho ing products in Indiana in good condi- Â¬ train In safely tion Tho wheat has dono better than expected and a heavy crop of oats has FAMILY CREMATED been cut Corn is in uno condition Farm Home Struck by Lightning and A Privileged Fair Three People Ierlah Ho jack Silence is goldon I bolieve New Roe Ky Aug 9 News has Tomdik So thoy say just reaohed here of a terriblo disaster Ho jack Thou tho nuptials of n deaf rojulting from tho electrical storm of last Thursday night The home of a muto couplo might bo called a golden farmer named Bostwin who lived in wedding Detroit Free Press the neighborhood of Gibbs Cross Roads A Whim of Louis XI in Tennessee was struck by lightning In Tho Dungeons of Old Paris the Tho houso some timo after midnight Â¬ burned down nnd Bostwin his wifo and author Tigho Hopkins suys tho transformation of tho chateau of Viucenncs a grown daughter wero cremated Bostwins son a lad of 10 years and into a duugoou was decided upon by a whito farm hand escaped from the Louis XI while in a sardonic mood He walked ono day iu the precincts houso by jumping from the window of the second story and lu their fright it of Vinccunos wrapped in his thrcud baro surtout edged with rusty fur nnd is thought they ran to tho Cumberland river and in trying to swim the stream plucking at tho queer littlo peaked rip they were drowned with tho loadon imago of tho Virgiu stuck iu tho baud Thoro was a sniilo NEW CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS on tho sallow aud saturnine faco Inoculation of Hone Illood Said to Ac At his majestys right walked a oompllili the Object thickset squab man of scurvy conuto 7 Dr Fred uanco wearing a oloso fitting doublot San Fkancisco Aug W DEvelyn head of St Lukes hos Â¬ and armed liko a hangman Ou tho pital has just mado publio the results of kiugs left went a showy porsou vul Â¬ 16 years experiments by which he gar aud moan of face whoso gait was a claims to havo found a certain care by ridloulous strut Louis stopped against inoculation of horso blood for drunken tho dungeon aud tapped the great wall uess with his finger Whats just tho thick Â¬ Tho doctor thoroughly introdncos al- ness of this ho asked Six feet in cohol into a horso and then draws off places sire eight in others answered tho blood into a sterilized vessol whore it Is mixed with chloral to influence the tho squab man Tristan tho oxecutiou dot After settling 21 hours It is sub- cr Good said Louis But the placo jected to a freezing process then looks to mo as if it wero tumbling It shaken for half an hour and decanted might no doubt bo iu better repair The result is a slightly sticky pale slro observed tho showy person Oli- Â¬ straw colored fluid which he calls ver tho barber but as it is uo longer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Aug 0 A disSofia Bulgaria astrous explosion occurred at tho car- Â¬ tridge factory of Rustchuk on tho Danubo 180 miles northwest of Varna Forty six persons wero killed outright nnd very many others wero iujurcd Tho lives of CO of the latter aro despaired of Tho causo of the explosion is not kuown though it is attributed to caro lessuess on tho part of one of tho workmen in handling tho explosives Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria ou receipt of tho news of the disaster visited tho sufferers from tho explosion who had been tnkcu to tho hospital and caused money to bo distributed to tho families of the victims Rustchuk is a city ou tho south bank of tho Danube 40 miles from Bucharest It has 20000 inhabitants and the cartridge depot is ono of tho largest in Bul- Â¬ garia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the renco aim uno merr junipccr to tno apple trees In tho orchard destroying many of them Attorney General of Virginia Dead Vn Aug 7 Major R Taylor Scott attornoy general of Vir- Waiiuentos Â¬ ginia died here shortly after midnight Tho deceased had been ill with typhoid fever for somo wcoks ironworker wages iteaucon Alexandria Ind Aug C By an agreement between tho Union Steel company and tho Amalgamated Asso- Â¬ ciation of Iron Steel and Tinworkors tho rollers and heaters aro reduced 15 per cent tho puddlcrs 12 per cent and tho roughcrs 7 per cent The mcu are not at ail satisfied -- Tlircslilug Machine Holler Kzplodes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ He was given a quart of whisky and iu addition tho carcass of a young chicken was placed on the wound In live min Â¬ utes after tho application the flesh of Another tho chickcu turned black placed instead was also slightly discolored Betwcou the applications of whisky and ehickeii tho young mans life was saved aud ho is uow on the road to recovery lirakeman Iladlr Mangled Sardinia O Aug 7 William Hall a freight brakoman ou tho Cincinnati Portsmouth and Virginia railroad while making a running switch with tho eu Â¬ gino and an empty stock car missed his looting and fell in front of the car tho whools passing ovor his right leg be tween the anklo and knee Tho leg was badly mangled Ho was also found to bo badly injured aboat tho head and back aud it is thought can not recover Ho is a single man and resides at Amelia Iluds 1ranlt of a Friend BiuziL Ind Aug 7 John Fergu- Â¬ son a Scotchman of Cardouia was sitÂ¬ ting iu a storo hero when a friend came in and in a playful manner pulled Fer Â¬ gusons head book and drew a knife across his throat from cor to car It was his intention to uso the back of the blade but by mlstoko ho used the sharp edge which producod a terrible wound scratching the jugular vein but uot opening it Ferguson will recover Went to Sleep on the Track Valley CuosaiNO O Aug 7 While a westbound Norfolk and Western train was waiting here Brakeman David Hughee sat down on the end ot a tie and presumably went to sleep An en Â¬ gine strack him knocking him away from the track but InJnrtMg him aboat the head and Wm removed to St Franok hoenHnl ttUftUe rranlM Ltcfctalo West Lwamok 0 Aug 7 lightÂ¬ ning played einanhur pranks ac the home ot Squire inMi Snider wear hare It etniak hie honga nattering a pofttou ot t feUmred wiie waahUne tp a bubedwtKfeeMLtaMekeddovn Â¬ Â¬ eqUisin Cured of a Copperhead Snake Illte Winchester O Aug 7 Thomas Brooks living near Now IIopo was bit ten on tho ankle by a copperhead snako used Ah but supposol thought of using Then sire your majesty it gossip would havo it repaired To bo sure chuckled tho kiug If I wero to shut you up thero Oliver you could get out eh I think so But you gossip to his hang Â¬ sire man youd catch him aud havo him back to mo hein Trust mo sire Then Ill havo my dun Â¬ said Tristan geon mended said Louis Im going to havo company hero gossips Sire ex Â¬ Prisoners so closo to claimed Oliver your majestys own apartments But you might hoar their groans Hal Thoy groan Oliver Tho prisoners groan do they But theros no need why I should livo iu tho chateau hero Hark you both gossips Id like my guests to groau at thoir pleasure with Â¬ out tho fear of inconveniencing their kiug Aud tho king and his hangman and his barber fell a laughing Bow He Found tho Flo Â¬ iu Dublin a thought reader boasted that ho could find a marked pin hidden by ono of tho audieuca Several ot them cania for Â¬ ward among whom was a confederate Tho pin was hidden by a Trinity stu Â¬ dent in an adjoining room in tho pros onco ot tho commit too among whom was the confederate Tho atmdent sus Â¬ pecting tho man from his looks slyly took away tho pin from its hiding placo On his return to the platform the thought reader gaaed into the alders face aud putting his hand to his brow was blindfolded and kd tho student to the hiding placo bnt ot coarse coakl And no pin He returned acknowi ing hie defeat aud looking he confederate Now gentlemen i I undertake to say ftnftnP ot the At an cntortaintnent hiwhaMtaei hint will tntning io thai an down He did so jntttping up the nulled non a is SooMiah Nig I Iii K TKBr 6H3dKBNRIDQR NEIWS BRECKENRIDGE fat B V OIjlOV3ESJRPOHT9 KY NWS Freprlslri 11 HARDIN8BURG L H 0 Bakbige Edlton and k W TIME TABLE WEDNE8DAY AUGUST 1807 0110 HIT SIX PAGES Phillip 1 PtnDr Dally rf llardlmburf olio VHT Ti27 am pm Faiiinger Dally arr D Armour says wheat will bo llrJlniburgll 55 bbfore Thanksgiving and 160 within six months Fresh pure drugs at Witts Tako jour country produce to Witts Dr R W Burch Jolly Station was Tub Republicans held their Stato Convention In Louisville yesterday to nomi- here Monday nate a candidate or Clerk ol the Court O M McGlothlan Union Star was ot Appeals A full delegation from this hero Monday Â¬ Â¬ county were present p iceo Farm products are selling at very fair but there has been a big drop in the price of land We heard of a farm recently which was offered at private sale for 3000 which a few years ago went for 0000 Tub experience of Miss Bayl si In Loatsvlllo last week should be a lesson to other young women Never to get in a carriage with adrunkon brute of a roan or walk with him or go any whero with him A woman can reform a man mighty quick if she would only assert herself J II Lknnin the fusion candidate for the legislature in this county opened fire on the Republican party at a picnic out at Locust Hill last Saturday It is said that thore was very little left of the g o p when he got through The old man was once a Republican himself aud he knows a few of their tricks and does not hesitate to toll of them when Bom to the wife of G D Shellman August C a boy George Baker was hero from Cloyer port last Sunday Patent medicines of all kinds and at bottom prices at Witts Miss Llzzio Board is visiting Miss Lu- Â¬ cy McGavock Cloverport For all kinds of musical Instruments strings call at T O Lowis Prof J II Logan and his family havo moved up from Cloverport Frank Haswell and Vic Bowmor camo up from Cloverport Sunday For sewing machino oils and supplies call on T O Lewis jeweler Mrs Milton Board and daughter Irene are visitlrg at Big Spring All repairs promptly done at T 0 Lewis Fine watches a specialty Mrs S W Prtto is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M P Payne Bewleyville Mr Sam Payne came In from Texas last week to seo his father Robt Payne Miss Flora Ross Louisville is visiting hor aunt Mrs A M Blythe near this place Miss Mlttie Fraize of Henderson was the guest of Mioses Lzzle and Arn Board last week Miss Marion Babbrge of Cloverport is visiting her aunt Mrs V G Babbage the county He was 80 years of age He was born and reared in this county and was a direct descendant of old Capt Ben Hardin on his mothers side The Haynes family aro numerous in the county their ancestors settling here in lis early history Old Dudley Haynes the father of John came hero from Vir- Â¬ ginia in 1812 He had quite alarge fam Â¬ ily There wero flvo other sons besides John Four of them aro yet living Ed mond Dnnlol Nelson and Hardin John who has just died left four children D B and Frank Haynes Mrs Geo McCoy and Mrs Jas Webb Mr Haynes was a quiet man but an honest upright citizen Ho was a member of the Pleas- Â¬ ant Grovo church whero ho held mem Â¬ bership of long standing Ills children met at his old residence last Friday and made a division of eomo of his personal effects among which woresomo pieces of table ware purchased over CO years ojjo Mr Haynes died leaving soveral hun- Â¬ dred dollars in gold which his children have not yet been able to find any trace of Ho undoubtedly had this ironoy and several cash notes They are unable to account for it and think the old man probably buried it of Â¬ BRANDENBURG A now bank is In prospect All the sick members of roclety aro pulling towards recovery Tho Ladles Aid will meet this afternoon I dont know where Orla Wool folk and Lena Nevltt attend Â¬ ed the picnic and hop at Guston Mrs Glnnlo Phillips and children vis Â¬ ited Mr and Mrs Thomas Ditto last Â¬ Depression of Spirits so common In summer time accompanied by loss of energy Weve Made a Host of Friends Through our Coflcc People hear of its rare flavor nntl strength they get some justt6tr and find its so much finer than any other thcy so good Then they think if our coffee have ever used everything else ought to be in keeping with it Thats true nlso and we get their entire Grocery trade Suppose you try a pound JAVA Â¬ week Mlscs Ellen McGchco Eva Herndon wero the guests of Miss Jon Hardin lost week Gough Grlnnell went to Mooloyvllle to seo the gamo of baso ball and help wheop For once Mr Editor I am behind In items being absont two or threo days throws me out I particularly enjoyed Mrs II V Dun- Â¬ cans stay She is a congenial friend What is equal to congeniality 7 Mrs H V Duncan after a most pleas- Â¬ ant visit to her son and wife has gone to Rosetta to seo her sister Mrs Taylor Beall Grlnnell Henry Nevltt attended tho ice cream supper at Mr Pattersons aftor which thoy patronized the hop at Guston Mrs Win M Ditto has been in Louis- Â¬ ville under treatment fcr nervousness Wo all hope she may soon be hor bright attract vo self Bro Jenkins and Bro Pate both held services morning and night last Sunday Protracted meeting will begin noxt Mon- Â¬ day night at Baptist church The news of Tom Kendalls untimely death shocked us very much He was a kind hearted generous man over ready to lend n helping hand to ono in need News has reached mo of several fall weddings of friends who wero onco Meade county citizens Mention and congratulations when I havo moro time Prof O M Nevltt and Miss Fannie Pusey Phillips wero the gueBts of Miss Myrtle Moorman of Big Spring They are enthused over Mis Moormans pleas ant home I had a pleasant day with Mrs J K Dittos family Mrs Ned Reese of near Columbus is visiting her parents She keeps tho bloom of youth beautifully She has a fine boy The Missionary Society of tho M E church had an interesting meeting last Friday afternoon with Mrs Milton Reld Several leaflets wore read and Mrs Pate read her missionary notes from the late Hawesvillo convention Henry Malin who has had typhoid fever for sometime is reported in a ser- Â¬ ious condition As this goes to press I am not able to send particulars but hope the dear young man moy yet recover How my heart goes out to that young wife of a fow months Tho Meado county and Mooloyvllle baso ball teams had two games on the Mooloyvllle grounds No betting was the edict of their team which is as it should be the national game is all right if gambling on It would cease I believe the Meado county nine are very jubilant oyer scores aud decisions Â¬ lack of thought power mteans a deficient supply of nourish- Â¬ The vital force Is lost ment It Isnt a question of muscle and sinew but of resistance and endurance At any age but especially in youth It Involves the risk of lung disease Loss of flesh and a cough are threat- Â¬ ening slgn3 nntl MOCHA Gregory Gibson Cloverport Ky the hypo these cases phosphites meets It ones up fattens perfectly and strengthens In Scotts Emulsion the taste of the oil Is fully disguised making It almost a3 palatable as milk of Cod liver Oil with BCOTT A BOWNC First Come First jfonred AT For at oa and life e Chemist by all drainrltU New Yorl he gels a chance Breckenridge for tho reason that ho is no w and hasever been a regular subscriber to the News and he says there is no paper that he and his family enjoy so much Speaking of crops in Kansas he said they were fine and that times were prosper- Â¬ ous I have 200 acres in wheat he said that will make me between six and seven thousand bushels this year and it Is unsold I own 400 acres of as fine river bottom land as you ever saw and it produces from CO to 00 bushels of corn to the acre Haye plenty of stock and threo crops of corn on band I am doing fairly well but I expect some day to come back to old Kentucky and livo and dio He says There in old Breckenridge is no place like Kentu cky and ono would have thought so to have seen tho large smile on his countenance brought thero no doubt by tho thought of onco more stepping on her soil THE CLIFTON MILLS STORK A New Broom Sweeps Clean They say and we have swept Iligh The campaign in this county seems be opening up deal of talk and the candidates are shy ing around shaking hands and making themselves agreeable It may be fun for the candidates but it is hard on the R M JOLLY people They lose sight of their busi- Â¬ and other relatives Republican nominee for Slate Senate recently ness their work and become absorbed Notice Agents wanted to sell books nominated by the Republicans of the Tenth Sena in politics A three months campaign Salary guaranteed Apply to Taylor otial District in the convention at Cloverport Is too long for a little county office Following it a sketch ol Mr Jollys life Beard llardlns urg There ought not to be a speech made A beautiful daughter arrived at the R M Jolly oldest son of Thomas J before the first of October home of Mr and Mrs E E Sutton Jolly was born January 1 18 on a Wednesday August 4 farm near Bewleyville Breckenridge Since the end of the war according to Mies Aya Board has returned borne county Ky receiving a common school New York Sun mote than two billion after quite a pleasant visit to Branden Â¬ education at the ag4 of 17 he embarked dollars that is to say mora than two burg and other points on his own responsibility first teaching thousand million dollars has been paid A D Benjamin of Lost Run has a a term of the common school in Meade out in pensions on account of a war that County tten going to Hardlusburg and ended more than thirty years ago The cako plate at his house which is said to writing In County Clerks office under annual pension list says the Sun has haye been in existence 215 years his uncle G P Jolly afterwards taking been consuming more than nine tenths Rev II C Hook will preach the fun- Â¬ a clerkship in the dry goods store of of all the revenue taken in at all of the eral of Mrs Geo Nicholson at Freedom Hensley Beard In 1877 he was marri- Â¬ Custom Houses of the United States church next Sunday at 11 oclock ed to Lydla A Henseley daughter of Or taking the other sources of the Govern Look out for the new photograph gal- Â¬ N L Hensloy deceased and a niece of ments income the receipts from internal lery at Webster August 10 Photographs G W and B F Beard In the revenue ninty six per cent of this fund 1 per dozen J A Brown Photogra- Â¬ lions same year ho entered into tho mercanÂ¬ would be required to pay them The pen pher tile business at Bewleyville and con- Â¬ sion business is growing larger every year Mr and Mrs Will McCoy Webster tinued in this and farming for a number It is well for patriots to look into it and were out at Freedom last Sunday and of years In 1889 he had the town of and study the facts Thirty two years remained over night with their father Irvington laid out and bos succeeded by end of the civil war the Mr after the Aaron Norton energetic efforts to make it a success He number of pensioners on account of that I will bo at Webster with my photo- Â¬ is now and has been for some time war exceeds by about a quarter of a milling business at million the number of soldiers actually graph gallery August 10 to remain ten engaged in the Work guaranteed to give satis- Â¬ Irvington Ky He has always been an engaged in service in all the armies of dayp energetic business man and has been the Government at any time between faction J A Brown Mrs J L Klmbal of Kansas City engaged in most every lino of business the firing upon Sumpter and the sur and never loosing an opportunity of lender of Lee at Appomattox The Mo and Mrs E L Meyers of Chilla army of pensioners after a third of a cothe Mo aro here visiting their moth bringing his county and state to the front lie has always been identified century is between thirty and forty per er Mrs Amanda Smith with tho interests of tho farm and labor cent larger than the lighting army at Miss Lola Norton showed us some and would guard their interests closely any time during the war These facts views of points in California a few days Ho has always been a true Republican are as the Sun says alarming and they since outlining a fruit ranch which her which is the meanest thing the News need to be studied by the sober think- brother has charge of out there can say about him but with that he has ing conservative element of the country Misses Jessie Reynolds and Grace always been juct and fair to all other A deserving soldier is a fit Bubject for a Howard who have been the gueBts of parties granting every man his right to pension aud no good citizen will object Misses Hula and Lizzie Miller returned think and vote as ho thinks best He to his having one but when it comes to to their home at Fordsville last week has not sought this nomination refusing keeping up a lot of fellows who never R N Miller Jesse Eskridgo C L to accept the nomination on the morn smelt powder or Bhouldered a musket Pate Allen Kincheloe and John P Has- Â¬ of the convention but his friends and it is time to call a halt along this line well Jr went to Louisville Monday to his party would not listen to him It is attend the Republican State Convention partly a case of the Office seaking the JOLLY STATION Mrs Owen Cunningham and children man If ho accepts the nomination which ho have gone to her fathers to stay until Our little friend Artie Pate is visiting after the November election She is an can hardly refuse to do the Democrats at Jolly earnest faithful worker in overy good may look for a fight in earnest as Mr We are all wishing very much for a cause and will be missed in the uhurch Jolly does not do anything half way and Sunday School good rain She leaves her Dont nauseate your stomach with teas Horn to the wife of Mr John Bratcher Juvenile Missionary Society In charge of Mrs V G Babbage and bitter herbs but regulate your liver a fine girl on the 2nd Old lady Adkisson a twin sister to and sick headachoby using those famous Mifs Maggie Baker Is visiting Mrs John Konnedy attended the Freedom little pills known as De Witts Little Nelson Jolly this week meeting last Sunday Mrs Adkisson Is Eearly Risers Short Haynes Hon Thornton Bratcher attended now 80 years of ago and appears unusuchuich at Oakland Sunday ally active for one so old She said she S7EPHENSPORT Our Sunday School was small Sunday went out to old Freedom last Sunday be- Â¬ on account of meetings other places cause it might be the last one she would Liwls Stiles is visiting in Louisville Mr Cliff Duncan and family have ever attend there this week been over in Grayson county visiting The Womans Foreign Missionary SoTho Smith House has a great many this week ciety luld its August meeting in tho There was a large crowd at the picnic beautiful new home of Mrs Chas L guests from Loulsyllle Mr and Mrs 0 0 Lewis visited in at Balltown Saturday a good many went Beard A goodly number was in attend- Â¬ from this place ance and it was an Interesting meeting Hardinsburg last weok Kirby Blaine will havo about 300 hogs Bro Breeding and Bro Roberts are After adjournment Mrs Beard showed Klrb is a hustlor carrying on a good old fashioned Metho Â¬ the ladies through every nook and for the fall market corner and the perfectnees of tho plan dist meeting at Oakland We havent had a good rain here for Mr John Osborne and family attended the elegance comfort and convenience six weeks Every thing is burning up Rev Chas Royeter of Cairo preached the association at Patesville and are yls of it was admired and appreciated by at the Methodist church one evening King relatives In Hancock county this everyone There was a large crowd out at Free Â¬ last week week School openedMonday morning with Last Tuesday night a party of young dom last Sunday The dust aud dry Miss Marlow of Vine Grove principal weather didnt koep many away The and Miss Emma Moaley assistant folks gave Mrs Nelson Jolly a surprise party I have not space to mention grounds were covered with horses bug- Â¬ Misses Irene Board and Eva Hensley All seemed to have a nlco gies wagons etc and the crowd of peo and Amos Board of Hardinsburg spent names ple covered as much territory as usual ounuay wuu miss rmma juoseiy time Rev Bozarth preached in the morning Mrs M Blaine will leave the 10th for and evening He will continuo the the East She will visit Atlantic City Attention Populists meeting this week assisted by Rov Mr Boston New York and other points The Populists ot Meade county are Anderson from Ohio county Fob Sale Poland China PJgs Worlds hereby notified that a mass meeting of Buggy with polo and Fair blood Frank Haynes of Granger Texas ar- Â¬ shaft will Top buggy for milch cow Populists will be held at Brandenburg trade rived here last week and is visiting his 0 C Lewis Augut 37th at 1 oclock p m Matters old home and friends near Garfield pf Importance will come up before this meeting and no Populist can afford to be Mr Haynes went to Texas 13 years ego Anderson Baskett shipped a fine lot and has been quite successful there ot cattle from Guston last Saturday absent He now owns three very good farms There J II Haynes Chmn were fifty head bought from the there either of which la qulto valuable following well known farmers A S Johnson Sec A J He says he doesnt think of coming Thompson 0 head weight 1300 price TUee is a time for every thing and back to Kentucky to llye and this may 3 80 Forrest Stith 0 head 850 price When he was 3 25 G II Anderson 10 head 050 Mm MiM to attend to a cold Is when it be his last visit here Dont wait until you bays coa here seven years egt John T son of price 3 33 Jrsse Herndon 7 head 1100 u tot prevent it by uaing One Dudley Haynes went back with him He price 3 60 12 head 025 price 325 Urn jtffMK CoHtfh Cure the greateat remedy loo fell In love with Texas has since Bennett 0 head 1200 price 3 75 lor MMM coldf croup bronchitis and married thero bought a fttsa and is do- lag well Short all tMMt as 1 lung trouble The Missionary meeting will be held lbkymm The death of John Haynei which oc Â¬ at CJover Creek church next Saturday curred mat Garfield sobm two waaka Thare will be a collection taken up lor OUuula Vlatui lliiuMfa Ullta ago removed from that section one of whom ana moee intoreaud are re- old Und awk aad plonaar raalda I tjSJSKf j flBrtd to come preW -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to At least there is a good Prices out of existence CI AVnlASilAnSVSV 9SX3 V G BABBAGE Assignee BEWLEYVILLE Thos Cain is on the sick list The good work of bush chopping still goes on Mary Keith spent several days in the country lost week Mr James Snyder is visiting relatives in Daviess county What is tho uso of having lawsjf they are not to be enforced 7 Mr and Mrs William Hendrick visit Â¬ ed Mr Beavins recently Miss Darling of Carrollton is the guest of Mrs O II Drury Dr and Mrs Foote were guests to din- Â¬ ner at T J Jollys Sunday Miss Maggie PauI was off for an out ing Saturday and Sunday No rain for a long time Corn and pastures rapidly drying up Thero are protracted meetings at Lib- Â¬ erty and Spiris school houses Mr Sam Payne of Texas yisited relatives in this vicinity last week Ed Smith ssld his possessions at pub- Â¬ lic sale Saturday p m Aug 7th Sometimes we have a hard time to keep comfortably warm these days Tom Triplett has engaged tho services of a partridge hen to help him raise chickens Many persons succumbed to the flesh Sunday and so our religious services wero small Rev Pate preacher in charge will be Â¬ gin a meeting at Irvington tonight Monday Miss Florence Cain and Arthur Wal- Â¬ ker made a trip to Brandenburg Friday returning Saturday Kentucky Photograph Co leaves Irv- Â¬ ington Monday Aug 15 Photos 0 for 50 eta 75 cts dozen Tomjmd Warthen Drury are visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs Alonzo Moorman of Brandenburg Squire Bion Jolly is now living in the Mrs Wolverton house near Bewleyville His next Rule day will be September Â¬ Old Sol In getting in some good work these dayp and you should be prepared to protect yourself from his ccorchrg rays for ho will bo with us for some time and the weather men ssy boll cook everyone in his reach if theyre not clad in our Cool Summer fearing Apparel Wo now havo everything that is desirable in tho way of Summer Dry Goods and Dress Goods Un- Â¬ derwear Shoes and Slippers Light Summer Suits Straw Hats Parasols Umbrellas Fans Etc We are giving bargains every day in Summer Furnishings and take special pains in fitting you up comfortably for tho hot summer months Trices suited to the times hard times too I V V AT I JuUl MTA 17 VITZCWATNK If If A I had a most pleasant stay in Big Spring It always aflords me genuine pleasure to meet and mlnglo with those dear peoplo with whom I onco lived Tho old town is full of visitors and quite gay The picnic and moonlight trip had patronage from the city and adjacent towns My friend John Hardin of Big Spring Is as staunch on the financial issue as the ex Pesident or the ex Tressurer He likes the News aud says our editors are tho most generous in yiews of an any paper he reads on the absorbing topic Firm in ones own views Is all right but not intolerant of others who conscien- Â¬ tiously differ News reached hero Monday morning of the death of Mr Dick Wimp who died at his daughters Mrs Dr Walker of Garnettsyille Mr Wimp was on6 of tho oldest residents of Meade county and had lived in this county his life time a man of excellent reputation and a man whose friends appreciated him Last week was a gila week education- Â¬ ally with us sixty odd teachers took possession of the own Prof Mclienry Rhodes kept things humming as warm as tho theremomoter The musical and literary entertainments on Wednesday and Thursday nights were interesting and tho audiences large The Institute brought a great many visitors to town from quite a distance Mr W D Ash craft is to bo congratulated upon its suc- Â¬ cess in eyery particular He has accom- Â¬ plished wonders in stimulating the spirit of educational interest Mrs Harriet Powell ono of our oldest and most highly esteemed citizens died very suddenly last4feek of heart trouble She had fallen three weeks ago and broken both ankle bonos but was doing well and strong hopes were entertained for recovery wheh the summons camo unexpectedly but she was ready for long years Mrs Powell had worn the world as a loose garment She bad been a faithful consistent member of the Bap tist church for forty odd years She was a moot devoted mother and leaves four children to miss hor kindly advice and loving ministration She had been a widow twenty six ycais The large con- Â¬ course of friends that assembled to pay the last tribute of respect attested the esteem in which she was held Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord Miss Allie Reld and ttmi inviinu LfSXSSSi2 - k Vl t NORMAL COLLEGE IJIRST TKEM OPISNS SICPTIEMIJIER O ggftERY BUSINESS scientific COURSE OF STDDY astmmmmmmmtt mmmmtnmmK J BRECKENRIEGE zs classical jp-- Ik jp j OF THE pointment here Sunday BANK OF HARDINSBURG Mrs Jno Lyddan gave an ice cream fete last Friday afternoon HARDINSBURG KY Joe JofTries will move shortly from Ijere to Jefferson county At the Close of Business on the 30th day Henry Kurtz started on a sojourn to Of June 1807 the Tar Springs Monday Henry Simmons is at home after visit Â¬ ing at various points in the county RESOURCES 17th Loans and Discounts lessloans to Miss Ella Overton lias return to LouisMisses Zala Malin and Ada Brown re- Â¬ Directors ville after a pleasant visit to the Misses j 11037488 turned to their homo Saturday Their Kurt Loans to Directors 100000 stay was very short Hope to see them Overdrafts unsecured 117 oS Thero will shortly be an excellent Due from National Banks again 186901 cpening here for some enterprising mer- Â¬ Danllng House and Lot s 300000 Willie Ernestlno and Howard Drury chant Other Real Kstata 6J40 have returned from Cloverport after be Â¬ Other Stocks and Uonds The future outlook for agriculture in 397500 Specie Currency and Eschange for ing the guests of the Misses Heron a this country was never bettor than at Clearinjrs 1056845 fortnight present Furniture and Fixtures 100000 G A Foote lost his best horse last The young folks hero havo inaugurated S17 77 Thursday from lockjaw This is the the Jacoblan system of courtship a four- Â¬ LIABILITIES eighth horse that has died on his placo teen year term tSocoxoKentucky Photograph Co leaves Irv Â¬ Capital Stock paid in in Cash slnco his marrlagj unaiviaea fronts ington Monday Aug 15 ThotOB 0 for Deposits subject to check ton Misses Mamie and Kate Stith of tie 50 eta 75 cts dozen which Interest Is not paid J 5415751 Masonio Home who haye been guests Clint Orutchnr of Garrett vUlted a Time Certificates of Deposit of Mary Blanford the past month left for on which s percent Inter reiaiiye uere ounuay unnt is an ex- Â¬ home Saturday evening cellent Sunday School scholar and we est is paid 64 64104 11869916 T Allowing that it wasnt respectable to are always glad to have him with us S Itn Mies Ella Bethel Miss Laura Kurlz STATIOrKlNTUCKY bo a Republican in Kentucky ten years v ago if tho Republicans have in the Conrad Kurlz and Geo Kreiger of Har- Â¬ County oi llrcckenrldge din county and Miss Mattio Breeding course of those years succeeded in re- Â¬ ot HardioBburg composed a gay house M II Iltard Cashier of Hank of llnrlln nink located and dolnf builneti la the town cf moving tho odium thoy havo certainly party at Mrs Laura Kurtzs Iladlntburir in aaldcountv bttno- I1 -- n achieved something to be commended An opinion to prevail that our says that the foregoing report Is Iqjtfl respects for so let us take courage and go march Â¬ farmiug lands seems are worn out but a few true statement of the condltlou of tilt saJO Uaak at ing on As for undo Charlie he s of decades banco land will have been im Â¬ on ine 3010 davjBlj v nth WT v kll7 proved and then they will rank up in tO the I btv r LnnuUI r mriot r an enthusiastic turn of mind 7 ulneis ot sua usnk Ms been I tans value with those of Tdunsylvanla and Golden Rod Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 1 No one will leave hore for the Klon- dvko before spring Bro Breeding failed to keep his ap- 7UUU g Pertcrai deiirinc to know mare about the couriei are Invited to write their Individual wanta to the Prciident TUITION In preparatory according to advancement 3 per month In other courtes IJOAHD From ft50 to fjoo per veeV For further particulars address J H B LOGAN PhKST HARDINSBURG KY - J Z i UUUUUK QUARTERLY REPORT Ohio Stepping on Sacrsd Soil Deferred from last week WEBSTER Sli z x zllnghotl The drouth is a reality ADAMS KKOtT oisar tfcWtf7rZAl2 V h kttt Friday Meagher who died there last week He Thrashing ia abowt eewplaW in this said he couldnt think of returning to Kansaa without aeelsg hi old friasda in actio stovaml wBt horn hare to FrwNH Breckenrldfle He left bar about thlr Uon years ago a4 this is Lis first trip last Stwday back He ia pratty wall poaiad m to the Jeffriae ia rapidly diapoaiaff of hi nuptials they took thair dnart movements of people tod things her j in took at cost I tlia f J mwu ki-- uiuYvrpori Mr John Meagher of Solomon Kan was here last weok to a e his old home and friends He was called to Louisville by the death of his brother Was J BoalMBs was brWc D Babbage was kwekat weak One of tho prettiest homo weddings M 11 ttiAio Caklr F Iliaaty ever seen in this county was witnessed 1 Moiiais HsKEiooe S Doctors at Scott Knotts Suaday afternoon The O WHlARD SubscilUd and wora to Whr we by M W contracting parties were the daughter of the host Miaa Ida Knott to Ed Heard the md day of Juy iH Tl 8 Skilimax Clerk Hfc C Adanw of Falls of Rough Rev G W By Fan Board DC St Clair oclatin Tbe young couple were haadtomely attirad and the bride looked her very aweetaet After raoeiv ing the congratulation of a koat Hot mm Gcry Kama b t frlenda who hail ti i tke day on Which such report shall b raaW arE vi inwfy - a aattii iw n- 1 - JeJu it I r MRSa ATMjAaatTT BtitpkaaytvtKy THEl 33HE1GKBLNRII3GE1 NRWS GLOVHRPORT KY Breckenridge News 1807 Vrr- WEDNESDAY AUGUST II - lS fmy - it X DEMOCRATIC TICKET IOR CLERK COOIIT OI AriKALS racuJvel CURECOHSTIPATIOH to 4 X m DR MENDENH ALLS SPECIAL VI LOW HATES K CATHARTIC IMPROVED CHE 11 THE FEY GDI B O 5W TO RY t ror railing ur meaiuai use dliiiiiluiiqtm Akkcmblr ALL DRUGGISTS 25 SO fining August 2 to 23 inclusive lielurn limit August 31 Iititlntuipnliv Intl Antiiinl m vi itiit Ynitnir lnitnw lltrlil Pure jjpple vv 3 t randy Ian Ililnn SAM SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY Yfx JUDGE T It MoBEAT II FOR COMMONWEALTHS WEED S CHELF ft FOR STATE SENATOR ELIJAH ASHORAFT FUSION TICKET FOR IlErHESKNTATlVK 1 J II LENNIN FOIt COUNTV 1UDOK W E MINOR FOR COUNTY CLERK A M HARDIN T A McGILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY GUS BROWN FOR CIRCUIT CLERK R S SKILLMAN FOR SHERIFF RICHARD OWEN J FOR FOR JAILER D BEELER FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO E MORRIS SUIT SCHOOIS K HARMAN FOR SURVEYOR ihg man will have plenty to nat and pny hlsdobts and tho wheels of inilustry will be loosed and prosperity restored indeed Tho people of this country uro tired of hearing that nonsensical phraslology of honest money and hundred cent dollar What they want is good money and more of it Money that will pay debts and movo tho business world gold and silver coined free of charge and in unlimited quantities and stamped by the United States government and declared full Ir gl tender for all debts public and pll vate The government of tho Stato of Kti tuckv has been fn tho hands of the Re- Â¬ publican party for more than twelve months and what kind of results do wo have We havo hopeless State indebt Â¬ edness and even tho school teachers salary has gone down to starvation wages In our opinion you will soo a gloomy set when tho fact is announced that the percaplta will only be 143 this year and no doubt many a teacher who last year voteed for honest money if he only had it back would now cast it for 250 worth GO cents apiece instead of 75 worth 100 cents each Milton Claiuc Bloomfluld Mo tratod by that llagot tho Union which from tho ntceplo of St Marys Church from tho beginning to the close of the war waved the Stars and Stripes of loyal- Â¬ ty and the red whlto and blue of pa- Â¬ triotism in the sight o all tho people When tho rioting of tho days when tho civil war brought Its necessity of forcible draft was surging with destructive vio- Â¬ lence through Troys streets and against Its representative buildings when the negroes were fleeing In tear o mortal cruelty Father Havermans was tho man to whom appeal was made and without a moment of hesitation or a touch of up prohension ho faced tho howling mob and his voice quieted it as could no oth er Â¬ WHaaaaaaHl GUA1UNTEED TO CUIIB And Malaria In all Forms Tasteless Nona genuine without the above picture and tho signature of 3 O Mendenhall OolnJ Aiiuust 17 and IS Inclusive ltituru limit Scptcmhnr lJ Nnllnmil ltiraiiiiiliciil Soik of Vcl rrim fining Rfptuintier 8 and 0 inclusive Return limit September 10 t t I nmke a spccinlty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed to be strictly unadulterated I use nothing but sound nnd lipe fruit My Brandy Is nil fermented in tubs not in cement cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected Desirous of introducing my goods will make special prices on one to four gallon packages 95 goods 2 00 per gallon nnd 97 goods 175 per gallon f o b All packages securely sealed and shipped on short notice Ituffnln incut Golii N Y 1 A It iucuin f Good C M SMITH Andyville Ky f t CHILLS AND FEVER SO PREPARED ONLY BY Prloo oonts at all Doalors IND J O EVANSV1LLE 3MENDENIIAJLL HAYNES Do you August 21 to 23 inclusive Itulurn limit September 20 O Coliiiiilm Kotinloii of Anil of Wckt Vlrclulii Golug September 7 and 8 inclusive Return limit September 22 Sold by SHORT ntJTcris DO YOU trlpl TRAVEL Areraucrolnfr to take nfferfrom iirnti Hundreds of thousands have been Cough duced to try Chamberlains Remedy by reading what it has dono for others and having tested its merits for themselves are to day its warmest At friends For sale by A R Fisher Clo verport and R A Shellman StophenE port in- Â¬ r me jrrraicFb thnulant turn prerentatlre known WoTideifnl r- lief In Hay teicr ami Avltima UTJIV V Jl7fll H lHirAl1Il anl you will aiwayi nee It MAM ya If cm1 ere t It l Ifrvee lata mA far IL h flreil far IUtlt em HrnlWI frt Mill 60 aim as Diuoto tuilisw imk l h a ii having dental work done comes but nevertheless Going September 2 and 22 Inclu Bivo they must have attention and the sooner the better Return limit October 12 We arc picparcd to do your work with a guarantee For further Information ns to special Ititt b and Limits for tho above occasions to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices and for occasions and points not men Â¬ We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after the tioned herein consult Ticket Amenta fouith Monday of each month It is to your interest to consult us H AO8 WKy or address i m Union Vol era ii Lctrioii National rucitiilpiiiciif Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order We fylly realize your thoughts when the idea of cnnsituoutJii Geul lrtseenger Agent Cincinnati O HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky the Law Office of V G BABBAGE IN HAHDISSUUIKJ J C BUSH D D S Gannellon Ind Office on Gth St Tho New Gold Favor Fron The Globe Democrat H 0 JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP It seems to bo true that Important tk posits of gold havo been discovered in Dtfar Sir Your Chill and Fever Cure the beds of tho Email streams at the has been a splendid seller with me the head waters of the Yukon River Alaska past twelve months and the sale is MineiB have come from there with nug Â¬ steadily increasing I consider it tho gets and gold dust amounting to 1000 best Chill Cure in the market Ship me 100 or more aud as they went to Alaska Gross soon as possiblo as I nni with littlo money it is supposed that one nut there will be a now scramble to a new Wm T Hknnki Your truly El Dorado For the adventurous such a chance to eain sudden wealth is nlnjs For Revenue Only attractive Tiiere is n rmdi to tho dg 1607 Feb 16th J 0 Mendenhall Evansvillc Ind You Can Get A Deed Mortgng t or any writ ton instrument drawn Kent buy or sell a piece of laud Collections made and remit-ancf-- a pro Pnlialrj Id all Its Vranctiei p actlcej and all opers llnm pfffortneJ n the mart iktl ful manntr at prices to suit tie times Crown trwl Dridx Work a evtmctoil toltlvoly Without ItloNt iprctaltj fain ompltlo nonlul llonuiN Teeth MaaaaaaaaW In milliurii Imllniiii HlaMHKHnH -- aaanamaaaaW aaaaw JL wTjaaV KkLaaaaV aaaaaaaaal not 1 Copying done on tho Call graph tho best type writer in the vorld Good Neat Printing w gj f Z T COX From The New York Fun BEPU11LICAN TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE I JOHN P HASWELL JR for county JUDGE i WM AHL FOR county clerk i OWEN CUNNINGHAM for county attorney R N MILLER FOR SHERIFF FOR CIRCUIT CLERK s fSC SHERMAN BALL V B BURTON FOR JAILER GUS SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR s JOHN H COMER FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS IV iV - ANDREW DRISKELL FOR SURVEYOR Tho tnrifrims gone off the field of In Â¬ dues Its discussion for sonio years at least will bo academic purely without thought of practical result After a de- Â¬ cade of distressing worry aud incalcula- Â¬ ble loss arising out of tho folly and dis- Â¬ honesty of the politicians in control of the Democratic party we are about to settle down to rest upon a protective ba Â¬ as laid by the It tpiiblicans Yet in spite of the enllro Democratic campaign and tariff bill the only unflinching Inter pretation of the reyenuo only principle proclaimed in the Democratic platform ot 1802 is to be found in tho speech of the leader of the Chicago Democracy in tho House of Representatives tho Hon Joseph W Bailey of Texas delivered as the Dingley bill left the House for final adoption by the Senate am opposed to Republican protection beciuie it discriminates between American citizen giving to the one who sells an unjust advantage over the orfe who buys and I am opposed to this modern theory of free raw materials because it discrimi Â¬ nates again between American citizens giving to theone who buys an unjist advantage oter the one who sells I CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER JOHN SPENCER Confidence v Last fall we saw our land In awoejae- iv gono condition Wo are all perfectly willing to acknowledge frankly that then we saw labor idle or working on short time and low pay factories closing every day lockouts and bread riots prevalent throughout tho country Universal finan Â¬ cial depression commercial disaster and wide spread unrest among the masses from one side of the nation to the other The ItejJublican doctors assised by the Gold hug Democrat quacks came to the voters of this country and said All you The good need is a dose of confidence people of this country were deluded by ill oao demagogues and office seekers and voted for McKinley the advance agent of prosperity and to day wo find our- Â¬ selves surrounded by a darker cloud of financial adversity than ever hovered over this people since the government was set upon its pillars We were old by those humbug politicians that if we had confidence and Bound money our country would bloswm like a rose and the laboring mans lot would be one of th most happy conceivable Ue were alBO told that jnst as soon as it wai a known fact that Wva McKinley would be President of these United Statis that confidence would be restored aud the hoarded millions loosed the channels of commerce filled with the gold of Hit capitalist and the il od gates of prosper- Â¬ ity opened and commercial mlsry vlrt- Luolly cease in the land What have we h fulfillment of those false promises To day we see our country approaching be very verga of the tomb of financial ruin i thousands of once happy homes covered with mortgages the light of which must soon be blotted out forever and our fair law with the death glare in k eye and the chill upon its brow bo- eao the iron hoel of the oppressorvl-iscontinually crushing every spark of tliiy out of tho very hpne and sinew of the nation Nine long months havo drapged woar- Hyaway and the patient no hotter and tho indications worse Are not me yot-fs of this country already convinced fcktf UiU nation ran never be extricated haw its present almost irretrievable con ditto by sending a lot of demagogue to Jilnrnn la wake laws increasing the lMKM et a alrwly oveiburdened pes L jf J Wlvat tM people of this country mm taxes not worn muiirj M a hi mimm oi me umwu omits toMfrnd foUmlted coinage of rijver 4 H will ttiiiiulaUt the nottjiwwvUl td mw I oat mouth than all the Uftf IpVP iUrnaUonai Mcuwrii and that have Ma mnmy homta talk of would in Hwiwand f mm M thy wer All in on MoMjt to km HI blow of vMiRMrcc -QlTt m flMty rf wy mm Um This expresses clearly thi d ctrine of a tar id for revenue only With such a tar- Â¬ iff there can be no discrimination no juggling divisions bBtweeu what should be taxed aud what should be free in accordance with the judgment of the pass ing politician as to what would be best for the majority or mluority of the pub- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lic of The the only sound definition of the great principle oi 1802 to rise to the sur- Â¬ face comes from the Fopocratic leader in the House of Representatives in the year Sun 1807 It is queer indeed that outside Bueklena Arnica Salve The Bkst Salvb in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcore Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Fjles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box Foil Sale by A R Fisher The Oldest Priest in America From the Troy Dally Times fw -- bn thi Thero are few indeed who are living in Troy that can reinembor this city when the Rev Feter Havermans was not a clergyman here whea he was not a priest consecrated to tireless industry in good works But that venerable form as claimed this mornlug by death and that laborious servant of his church and of God is at rest Father Havermans had tho unique disÂ¬ tinction of being the oldest priest In America He was ordained sixty seven years ago and for nearly three score of those clerical years so full of works he has walked or driven up and down tho streets of Troy Atte altr in the pa- Â¬ rochial house in the homes of his parish his benignant lucn and his comforting words were ministries of mercy It is not surprising that on the walls of tho homes of the Roman Catholics of this city his pictured faco is cherished aa among though he had been ononis tho saints The mildness of the manner of this fa mous priest was not thu expression of weakness With the caal oi the pioneer hs had the comprehension of the archl tect of Institutions and the etretigtH of ths bulldi of large edifices The Isijh lag houses of lieHVclc that top th hills of Troy In many p ee tuwl the of ehuwhes of his faith th Jt rum wofettlp or RUHwroits eonitrimUMes ImhI In UU wind and many of thslr them ar rtiMtcily traerabUt to his crura Â¬ gingsof yourg and Btalnart manhood ready to take all risks for a sharo In tho golden reward Tho story of opening tho California placer mines is one of many hardships and tremendous labor though in geographical senso they were quite accessible aud favorably located as to climate By far thu larger number of Calafornia miners were disappointed in the eventual result of their hard work Many died or were brok as argonauts endown and the lucky hits recorded were ob ono to hundreds California had greater resources than gold and to theBO it mainly ouos its later prrsperity Gold at tho headwaters of the Yukon is a dlfleront matter fom gold in the sunny and fruitful valleys where the 40ers wrestltd with fortune Too Klon dyke diggings are in a remote arctic waste where winter lasts nine months aud the soil will not grow a turnip A journey of nearly a thousand miles is necessary after leaving the coast with much tramp- Â¬ ing over mountains where nothing but a trail exists All food must be transported to the mines and at present con Â¬ sists chiefly of bacon and beans Mos- Â¬ quitoes are a terrible prst all through Alaska Thoy kill oven tho bears after blinding them The god is more deep- Â¬ ly covered than was the case in Californa and the depth to which the ground is frozjn greatly adds to the labor of get- Â¬ ting down to the gold bearing Btratum A miner must spend several hundred dollars before reaching the diggings and only a few months in the year are available for travel and mining operation A robust man with a capital of 1000 might make the trip with reasonable precaution and even he in most cases would regret having cut loose from tho comforts aud opportunities of his for- Â¬ mer home But the multitude of eager gold seekers will not be prudent aud thoughtful men provided with money to last through the first year They will take all sortB of chances to get to the mines and to subsist there The climate will bo new and it Is no exaggeration to call it terri- Â¬ ble No industries exist except to mine Agriculture is impossible If gold is taken out rapidly better routes of travel will be opened to the mines within a year or two but it is quite likely that many of the venturesome class will starve next winter The supply of food at best is limited at presont and those who have monoy to buy it can obtain no variety Tales of fearful suffering from Alaska may be looked for before anoth Â¬ er twelve month rolls around Never before have Americans been lured to so inhospitable a region Â¬ Â¬ SViE A MAN MADE TABLRTS IOHITIVFIY AJAX cretlona Thev tjuiekly anU surety restore XiOst Vital iir la old or youne end fit a tnaaforBtarljr business or marriage lTTnt InftAtiltT and Vinirumntlnn If taken la time Tbelriue ebowa IroraeOlote rroprore menland effects a OUItE nhero all other fall In lit npon liAttoff tho trennlne AJnx Tablets They bare eared thousand and yrU I care too We give a pos Â¬ itive written guarantee to effect a cure Eft PTC In eachoaseor refund the tnoner IMoe UV U I Oiper packasei or aU rkges fall treatment for fZCO Uj mall In plain rctpt of price Circular -- CUIUS ri Itls tfvrvotsa Ufar Xalllos Mem orr Irapoiencr HlMplnxinwi eta cnainl br Abase or oilier Kirousa and India Is just as cseiitial to success In business as your inting with any of the mcrclian tilc agencies Wiite us for prices anil All woik g samples guaranteed Agent - - Ekron Ky AJAX REMEDY CO Ior Snlo III Clovorpnr Ky Short A llnyncv UrtiKClkt Rreckenridge News by ALL OUT FOR To DSSi I Noah Advertised The time of departure of tho nrk and people who didnt believe in advertising had to stay out in the rain for forty days Thoy undoubtedly changed their views but their post office address has never been learned Try an ail In the NKWS far IhilDulMime l eelinf ANDYVILLE the Old and Renowned Are you going to get wet tf SI Picnic Grounds Saturday August 21 m Where We will spend one mare Day of Pleasure B00S SEEPINO SHOBT HAND TELEOBAPET PENMANSHIP 0jCvA-3kr---TVho 1 Vaiu vcsccf toCuTofzfKcvywrite for desires better his or her condition in life should - tfr mot centr ETC BRYANT No 400 THIRD STREET LOUIBVIIIE KY RATES STRATTON SExi llu locatad As Usual no Pains will be Spared to make it a day enjoyed by all Music for dancing will be furnished by Fullen widers String Band A good Brass Band will be in attendance Hutchison Brown the celebrated Artists will be on hand to catch your shadows 8 9 EV42PtnrjAY Tha HotollntlucltD stims Gv r --TrTwil4iaA3Jll1 CZ ILr 11111 JV l i THE COUNTY CANDIDATES Wi will be on hands and will entertain you for a while Remember nobody ever goes away hungry at an Andyville Picnic Din Â¬ ner 25c Come everybody old young little and big and spend a day of pleasure New Democratic and Fopnllit Oomraitteei The members o the Democratic and Populist Executive Committees of Brock onrldge County are hereby notified to meet in joint assembly at 1 oclock in Hardlnsbug at the court house on Thursday the lJth day of August 1807 The members of each committco are re Â¬ quested to atteud without fail Mikk Miusn jZtTGKEIES R T Owings Chester Buren 2sL Niok Hardesty Davis Cunningham Haynes Board C Laundry Louisville Ky ork v I 1 k I have resumed the agency for the above Laundry which is the host in the city and desire the pat Â¬ ronage of all who appreciate Ohmu 1 E Com Claudu Mkyer Stcy D E Com R II Mo Mullen Chmn D E Com K Smith Anngont in every T J Greenwell Props I P TuT liiHiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaL First Class Work AND W v v jht How common are cliruulc diseases peculiar to wvnicn Women know they are due to dntug4 kkiaeysaiid failure of delicate organs to perfom their natuial futctioua Aomerk uc It una awtltlMMltcteor UM y P0ST DIS PATCH contain from 8 to 14 sd WINTERSMITHS geoua inlthMlvtf mid hW bwJswuUkI fos Â¬ tering Hie Id lbi fctar lUvurmaw fU of fre lg i birth byt hi hail Uia American anibaelMui n of Oburoh and State were iliue- - mi i iiI MWVI lue flPWylsM n BaMoocrtctatbtriataryetMkal- T esra sveawineaiar met orcus M yar or mcm npmat is town to soil tho POST DISPATCH Tho tmgtja dully find from 88 to 50 Tho Sundiy POST DISPATCH is tho bipgoal and host Siuw Sunday day paper outaldo of New York City Besides Us itOOOO worda of Bps cial telegraph it contains a 12 to 16phgo Magazine Section Tilts is a big budget of bright intorofltiog articles arranged in a most artistic inanT ner It also contains n Colored Cover which is sirnpljr a jriarvel BiifwoiMsy for agents Nearly lOQiwr ctrt lrtofit Wtita for Baniple Dont think your town j too small but writt fur pariicularn and try it Address at onco Circulation Department P08T DIPATCH 8t LouU Mo WANTED I f Prompt Delivery All Goods Culled for and Delivered HI E C BABBAGE ISiSDSffiSC I ITT1 uy whoro and it is every mans duty to lind and embrace- it There aro a tow people In this woild as I have hinted before who are trying to And tho truth nnd exhibit it to their ellowmen and may their Â¬ phe1 JBROKKNRIDQE NETWrS CIUOVKkK1OR EY GREGORY It CO Wharfmaslers CLOVERPORT Local Agent Breckenridge News 11 WEDENSDAY AUGUST 1697 Farm and Garden Some Interesting Items for Our Agricul- luiai xiigtiuuio 3 IN i Steamboat Agents KENTUCKY - When The Gropi Are Laid By from New York Timet Dat er heap ob pleuhure Trillin Win yore crr om all takl by Wld de frlinly tun cr tinllln Dawn crpon dem from de iky I While di m sassy breeies sklppln In n out ermong de own Set dere tossled topknot bobbin Ssyln Howde ter de mawn Soul Nt body tlahed out wuVIn Light out lar er resln place Den yo lows de big ctmp meetin Am er likely mean ob grace I Flora dera gT lab yoPa While gay buttaflirs come chin One anodderfrew deErass Daddy Locuchuiiei him fiddle Scrapln at bit day n night Dandy Juaebug play de mire drum In de sunshine hot a bright Cross ole Uullrog blow him trombone Sleetah tham de Jewhrp shrill lilt thore time ter hole camp meetln In de wcodlancooln still Den V preachihs n de slnnahs Wid er iprlnklin scurce ob saints Gadder n de Lawda free temple Fur ler praise or makt complaints Dar yo heahs dem ole tlme hymn chun Dat ore mammy ts to sing While sSe sont da cradle rokin Hack u furward wld er Mine Oberhead de yatb n peppahs From de smoky raltahs hung capahs While de flah cut Wli her shadder whle she suns tribe increase This brotherhood I havo in mind is making its voico heard in tho world I have heard and hearkened to it dear reader and may God help you to do like Â¬ Wen de punkln peek out blushm uy Mighty ttructlve am de preichm Big w uds flyln lef n right Seektn tins yo fought wua htiden Nicen keeilut outen sight hhowin up wld heabnly ssrchlight Tell jo feels dat mean n pore Jrs er tow down ornry sinnah Sneakln somehow frcw de floor While yore mlsble soul am huntin Vainly fur er hldln place Yo shore lows dat big camp meetin Am cr powfful means ob Brace An yoll see some curus dolns Kf dat anilout seat yo watch Dat ole Satan am shore waitin Soaie pore strugglln soul ter cotch Den de glory powr descendin Quick dat mighty conflk wins While d berry trees seem th ikin Wen de shoutin onct begins 1eahs jes like de doah ob heaben Swingin open leabs yo see Whar de Great White Krone am gliamln An Ills many manshuns be Wen de scrmonlzlns ober Ande torches burnin dim While de night winds tendah silence Kollers on de closin hymn Den yo sees Godsshinnln laddah Stretchin downward from abote Spin de space twin yilth n heaben Wld dem golden rungs ob loe An His angels pastin upward Fill wid glory all de place Ah fur shore dat big camp mei tin Am er bressed me ins ob grace 1 Mks O It Merkili TuKumba Ala the cause of Gods truth and humanity hold That no man shall be forced to buy of hlsfellowman the privilege of living on the earth which God made for all Ills children That thero is no difTerenco in princip Â¬ les between tho soiling of a man on the auction block for life and the Belling of himsolfon tho installment plan by tho day- - The only difTerenco Is In degree not in kind That the right of nil men to work is equal natural sacred That It is tho duty of organized society government to secure to all men tliis right That any bj stem of jpvernraent that denies to any man his equal right to work is an unjust murderous system of government That mens right to work right of employment cannot be secured to them uniess iney suau nave Uio right ol ac Â¬ cess to the instruments of labor which aro land and machinery That so long as the machinery of pro- Â¬ duction remains the private property of individuals the natural rights of tho dispossessed classes are violated the private ownera of the instruments of la- Â¬ bor aro masters and the rest of mankind stares and not free men That theres one way and only one way to give to all men equal rights and equal opportunities and that is to make the means of production and distribution the common property of the whole people and administered by public agents chosen by the people themselves and for the common good of all That the true idea of brotherhood not that thero shall bo industrial master and wage slaves but there shall bo neither master nor slave That the notion would advance faster were more attention given to the build- Â¬ ing of better streets roads homes schools libraries and public property and public spirit and lets to the building of million dollar churches That we as a nation need more religion and less sectarianism morechurchianity That the church should become the advocate and champion of the rights of the poor and down troddon laboring classes and not longer remain a sort of moral police force for the capitalist Â¬ wise Tliis band of brothers in THE APIARY Oo BALED HAY STABLES BEST TRAINS o Kansas Utali Gity Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealer In Oil Company H The niatnnre lice Choice For Forncs From class Fraternally Uncle Johnathan Discourses on the Shortcomings Mankind in General Uiclk Johnathan 3100 Reward 3100 The readersof this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded diseaso that science lias bcon able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure kuown to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Curo is taken Internally acting directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any cose that it fails to cure Send for lists of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 SSTSold by Druggists 76c Â¬ SuppOTO pasturago Is unlimited In nil directions about wlmt distanro will boos go for forage In other wards how far will bees go from cholcof Thceo queries was answered as follows in Tho American Boo Journal A F Brown From ono to two miles Q M Doolittlo From one to six miles Rov M Mahin From ouo to two miles I think Mrs L Harrison I should think about two miles Eugeno Socor Not moro than half n mito Tliis is theory Dr C C Miller I dont know may bo half a inllo to a mile Professor A J Cook I think they will go very llttlo distanco unless re- Â¬ quired to do so E Frnnco Very fow go over ono niilo If pasturago is scarco they will go six miles Dr J P II Brown Thoy will go three and four miles but two miles is as far ns they usunlly go J A Green At a guess I should sny that not many would go over a milo if they could find an abundance nearer home G W Demaroo Not further than ono mile by natural inclination but they will follow up bco pasture for sov cral miles sometimes Charles Dndant Son Not to ex- Â¬ ceed 1 miles Thoy prof or n lovol trip and will go farther whoro tho laud is unbroken and even James A Stone Bees will go no fartiicr than they aro compelled ta I think they only go to a distanco becanso they find tho nearer teiritory over worked Dr A B Mason I dont know how far bees will go from clioico but I know they will go three miles profitably but where pasturago is un limited tholr choico might be to stay near home Emerson T Abbott I do not know They generally go from choico let tho distance bo long or short If you do not bcliovo it you just try onco to innko tiiom go where they do not choose to go P II Elwood I dont know bnt I do not bcliovo they fly n distanco sim ply for tho Bake of exercise With abun Â¬ dant nectar of suitable consistency I bo liovo they would mostly alight within half a milo from tho hivo R L Taylor It depends upon tho lay of tho land nnd whether tho bloom opens successively so as to leud the bees on Ordinarily they go only far enough to find good pasturncc i o flowers not much visited by other bees Â¬ Â¬ When lruperly Unlit They Giro Satisfac Â¬ tion Where Timber 1 Hcarco Hams or stables of balod hay or straw havo been iu successful uso iu tho west where lumber is scarco and high for several years and do good service In tho Iowa Homestoad it is told that thcso baled hay barns aro not hard to build A foundation of lumber rails poles or other Buitablo material is usually laid to kcop tho bottom course off the ground It should be laid solidly so that it will not yield under tho weight Tho stablo being a makeshift tho structure Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Doors Sanli Blinda Yellow Pine Floor ing nnd Celling Wenthor Boarding Shinies Salt Lime Cement WasiingtonOmaia Black Hills VIA Laths Plaster Hair Plow Plastering Handles Bricks Etc St Paul Nebraska Estimates Furnished for Buildings ami Building Material materials for tho foundation usually consist of what ono has at hand and a good deal depends on tho ingenuity of tho builder When it is laid tho bales of hay or straw aro then laid on it in courses tho narrow way being tho thickness of tho wall Wooden pins sharpouod at both cuds aro inserted half way Into tho bales of tho first conrso nnd tho socond courso is laid on top of tho first break Â¬ ing joints as in bricklaying the other half of tho pins being driven into tho balos of tho socond courso Tho pins aro of courso intended to prevent tho courses from slipping ono off tho othor Tho joints aro broken at tho oornors so that if say on a south wall tho end of a wall is tho oud of a bale on tho course tho east and west walls on tho second courso will lapovor tying tho corner together When tho walls aro raised a sufficient height n plank is laid on as a plato and pinned to tbe walls with wooden pins and on this tho rafters aro fast- Â¬ ened A board roof is then put on iu tho usual way breaking joints by lap- Â¬ ping so as to keep out tho water An important point in raising tho walls is that tho coursos shall bo kept lovol so that there bo no tendency to slip As tho walls go up provision must of course bo mado for tho doors and othor openings desired by setting framos iu them A good stablo mado of baled hay or straw is a work of ingonuity but it makes n very warm comfortable protec- Â¬ tion for stock Campbell Soil Cnlture Sf Louis or Chicago SLEEPERS T BANK Of VESTIBULED TRAINS DINING GARS s GHAIR GARS M nUQO TRAV PASSR AQCNT ST LOUIS MO HOWARD ELLIOTT OINL HOn 8T LOUIS MO W WAKELCY0ENXPAS8RAQT8TL0U1SM0 EAEDINSBTJM President WILL MILLKIt Vloe Preildent B F BEARD M Sold by SHORT City Council HAYNES J Â¬ H Hunsche OW Deferred from last week The TAILOR - H DKAIID Cashier For the Hone Comfort Tho most commonly used fly not for of horses is of leather and has ribi or strips running along tho back with world this Mr Editor A wonderful laces running crosswise tho ends hang Â¬ ing looso at tho horses side Tho finest were living in and more wonderful still fly nets also aro of leather and aro mado is the race ol people inhabiting it Men in tho samo manner but of finer mate- Â¬ theoretically are brothers but practically rials and fluisli Wliilo tho laces of tho cheaper nets are rather conrso in sizo they are adversaries Men all the chil Â¬ nnd out square those of tho costlier nets dren of one common father are diyid od aro fino aud smooth and round Tho against one another by differences of cheaper nets are mado to go from tho race nationality locality religion and collar to tho tail and sometimes from tho cars to tho tail Tho fino nets are The masses of men are helppolitics mado fcomo to reach from the saddlo to less in the hands of their cunning mas- Â¬ tho tail aud some from tho collar to tho ters tail and fino nets are mado though not religious national and poTheir race often to reach from tho cars to tho tail litical prejudices are all unknown to Fly nets iu all grades aro mado of themthe cauBe of their ruin cotton or of linen woven liko fish nets Â¬ As a rule the majority of men will beThere is a scparrtto part to cover tho neck and ears Thero aro also mado to lieve what thoy are taught to believe cover tho horses cars and tho crown of by those they are accustomed to look up In Prosperous Kansas tho horsos head fino linen ear nets to as wiser than themselves Customs From the Kansas City Jourral which aro handsomoly finished and styl habits cieeds and superstitions come A Kansas farmer who simply could not ish in appearance Thcso various kinds down to us with only slight modification get harvest hands put this sign upon his of fly nets aro mado for outdoor wear from distant ages fence Harvest bauds wanted Hired Even tho finest of thein aro not Tcry Borne men will hold witli the tenacity girl blond and genial Cabinet organ costly of death to their belief in the gold standFor tho horsos comfort indoors there music in the evening Tie three times aro provided stablo nets mado of scrims ard without knowing what the terra gold a day Three spoons of sugar with every a linen material which looks something standard means Others equally honest cup of coffee Hammocks featherbeds and sincere will resist the gold standard or leather divans at your option for sleep- Â¬ liko mosquito netting and which is thin and strong New York Sun as much energy as they would an ing Hieing with hour I oclock in tho morn- Â¬ invading army Some have believed ing Dainmlns the Arizona Gorges Throe hours rest at noon Como with unwavering faith that God has one come all President Riploy of tho Atchison damned to hell for all eternity infants Topcka and Santa Fo railroad has let a contract for tho construction of two big who never reached the age of reason A Remarkable Cure of Chronlo Dlar- - dams of masonry in tho Arizona desert Some believe baptism essential to a rhoea a region which is visited by rains bnt future home in Heaven while others In 1802 when I served my country us onco a year These dams will bo at the scout such an idea as the worst of errors mouths of two canyons or gorges As Some think that God has erected their a private in Company A 107th Pennsyl- Â¬ dosoribed in tho San Francisco Chronivania Volunteers I contracted chronic particular church and that the ovil one cle each of thcso dams will hold 50 diarrhoea It has given me a great deal 000000 gallons of water Between tho made all the rest Immersion is held to be the mode by of troublo ever since I have tried a two dams of masonry which will bo a which the Lord would have all men dozen different medicines aud several long distanco apart will bo constructed baptized but a large majority oppose prominent doctors without any perma- Â¬ a smaller dam of iron The cost of this nent relief Not long ago a friend sent dam will bo much less in proportion tliis doctrine as wholly false than tho stouo but Wonderful indeed are the creeds me a sample bottle of Chamberlains not last nearly so reservoirs is to it will bo put long and Colic Choleia and Diarrhoea Remedy prejudices and passions of men in as a comparative oxporimont Tho In one quarter it is held that free sil- and after that I bought rnd took a CO stouo reservoirs will cost about 300 ver will restore good times In another cent bottle and now I can say that I 000 it is believed that the single standard am entirely cured I cannot be thank- Â¬ New and Note ful enough to you for this great Ilemedy will bring about prosperity Limo is used not to add to tho soil What is a man capable of believing 7 and recommend it to all suffering veter- Â¬ but to improvo its condition If In doubt writo mo Yours I answer the average man is capable of ans It has bocu decided at tho Massachu Â¬ believing almost anything and every- Â¬ gratefully Henhy STKiNnnnowi Allen setts station that 11 per cent of tho Sold by A It Fisher toads food is composed of insects and thing if it is continually dinned into his town Ta Cloverport and R A Shullman Steph spiders beneficial or iudircotly helpful tars to man 18 per cent of insects and other There are few men in this world bold ensport animals directly injurious to cultivated enough and bravo enougli to break away crops or In other ways obnoxious to man Miss Bash a Composer from old customs habits creeds and American Agriculturist says that for parties bat such mem aro the salt of Miss Roberta Bush of this city has late forago a mixture of barloyaud pons tho earth when we find them There composed a beautiful plecj of rninlc and Is superior to oats aud peas as tho bar- Â¬ are a few of this kind of men in the world dedicated it to Miss Ruth Bryan In ley attains a much greater height than and surely but slowly their number will turn Miss Bryan has sent her picture tho oats and remains in good condition increase aud there is a striking resemblanco to until killed by freezing weather Why do most men believe the follio The secretary of agriculture has is to her distinguished father The muscs fables and absurdities that they do being played in town and will soon be suod a uotico that tho contagious scab oxists among sheep lu tho United States Because their supposed superiors in in Â¬ published Hancock Clarion and that it is n violation of law to and morals teach them to bt telligence transport any slock affeotod with said They believe political lies For three years we have never leen disease from ouo state Jlevo them or territory to Ilea by tho million because they without Chamberlains Colic Cholera another hurtful and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house It Jb their paper American plows aro used now pretty TfeM arealtw many people in this Bays A II Patter with E 0 Atkins A much all over tho world religious Co Indianapolis Ind and my wife Crimson olovor is strongly advocated wrMMfl high la thesoclal abJ mHMmI world who accept authority would as soon think of beiug without as a catch crop to be Bowed In all culti flours a bottle of this Remedy In tiie vated crops at lost cultivation for mM aot truth tor authority Tho advantago of crimson clover na n We have used it wth all wsmIw ckmt yo ktvsv people of summer Dmt yiaBHrflj wm ftocept certain three of our children and it has never winter clover is rocognUed Moat Tobacco bK 4 base dUtiaiM mmI UUtfeMt political lalled to cure not simply stop pIn but or lift Am j To quit tobacco oailly anil forever be roatf cure absolutely It Is all Hgit aadany M trtM llHsWHB tbMr M0 netle ull of life norte and vigor take tfati or their lohm idweU 0M who trUfl It will Ami It ao For hoitk tbe wonderworker that make weak laea alt by A E Ficher 01oyrpott and R atroBtj All drugglaU too or M Curefuarasv i me v t ted Booklet and fatsipla fra AddroM htiwport A Blwllipaa fOBM H Butjfo Alitor tii sHerllac Ktiaady Chlaafo or New York Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- To test tho Campbell method without special machinery Texas Farm and Ranch gives the following instructions Plow n good depth not less than six inches soven or eight inches is hotter Then tako a disk harrow weight it heavily and set it straight This is to slice and pulverize After this tako a Havana drill nnd load it with somothing heavy Wheat in saoks will do very woll This is to pack tho bottom of tho soil If you havo no Havana drill tho next best tool is an ordinary spike drag with teeth Blunted back Weight it woll For drilling small grain to bo cultivated uso any ordinary shoo drill witli shoes six seven or eight inches apart Sot tho drill to sow thrco pcoks to the ncro then stop up two thirds of tho holes Lcavo tho first open at the end nnd every third ono opon after that You will then sow ono peck to tho acre and your rows will bo far onough apart to cultivato nicely Yon can mako a cheap drag out of 3 by 4 scantling us Â¬ ing sixtypenny spikes for tooth Mako your drag A shapo and fivo inches nar- Â¬ rower than tho space between tho rows Put on handles to guido with Ilarvestlnc Itye With Stock Hero is about tho way tho matter stands Tho crop to cut and pnt in the granary would cost at least 10 cents per bushel In this shapo it is unfit for stock feed nnd must bo ground Tho cash oliargo for grinding hero is 6 cents per bushel not to speak of tho cost in time going to and from tho mill Here wo havo an outlay of 15 cents per bushel before it is ready for stock feed Tho oxpenso of going to and from tho mill Will raiso tho cost of tho feed perbushol to ono half tho presont market quotations Those prioos will probably fall to 25 conts at tho farm by the timo tho new ryo is ready for tho market If this should bo true wo will havo expended threo fifths of tho crop before it is fed If tho hogs eat only ono half of it if loft in tho Hold tho stock harvesting plan is best About all I can bco in harvesting it by machinery is hard work Tho foregoing is from a lotter writ ton by J M Jamison Ross county O to Tho National Stockman Â¬ The regular monthly meeting of the council assembled at the city hall Mon day night at 8 oclock The Mayor and all tbe members were present Clerk F N DHuy read the minutes of last meet- Â¬ ing which were approved Unfinished everyand new business was next called for by Mayor Reports from ttio city officers were read by the clerk and approved Street Finance- - and Ordinance commit- Â¬ May Co tees had no report to make Samuel Conrad one of the Calaboose OANNELTON IND Committee stated to tho council that the cells were needing attention and should be repaired immediately in order to koep prisoners from escaping The Clerk then took up tbe following claims and accounts which were approv- Â¬ ed and allowed John Hall 2509 E II Kingsbury 1 00 Wash Lane 15 cents Chas Bolder 50 cents Standard Oil Co Mm 5 30 Jas R rikillman 17 00 F N DHuy 3 35 Wilson 10 CO Alf Oelze tiling bil 2 00 Under the head of miscellaneous busi- Â¬ ness the bond of F P Payno to act as city tax collector with F P Payne and R L Oelz9 as bondsmen was accepted Dr F M Smith and Chas May tender- Â¬ Si Louis Ry Co ed their resignation on tho Board of LouisTiile Henderson Health Their resignation was accepted Mayor J A Barry and Dr A A Simons Time Card In Effect June 20 97 were appointed to fill the vacancies J II Moorman nut in an annlicatian East Bound No as No No 46 for the assessors place which was accept- Â¬ ed by the council James II Hanning Lv St Louis 768tm 865pm C 5Jam Kvansville had a petition before the council for J 2llpnl 2 41 in Henderson 7 IS 2 40 3l0 license to retail whisky by the half pint bpottsville 3 28 3 7 7SS The council took no action but offered Owensboro 4 00 818 341 4 40 to grant regular saloon liconso 01T 460 llaneite Clorerport 6 03 610 J45 Mayor Barry made a motion before the Stephensport 10 C7 522 525 council to take steps to prevent tbe sale 10 45 Irvineton 5 57 603 Brandenburfir of beer by the kfg to individuals from 1112 121 617 12 35pm Arr Louisville 7 45 7 3d the agents They were felling more No action was beer ttian the saloons No il No 43 No West Bound taken but the matter was referred to tho Lv Louisville 7f0im 4 60pm 8 23pm Ordinance Committee to construct an Brandenburg oca 851 93i ordinance to stop the sale by some Irvlngton 043 915 052 means Tiiere being no further buBinets Stephensport 951 1021 720 11 Cloverport 10 f 6 739 tho body adjourned Oil with Casper Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th INTEREST PAID TIME DEPOSITS Friday of month Is xour bonllh roorlmpplnes joar ireniith YOUR FORTUNE ON Is BEARD 1 MORRIS ESKRIDOE J R M JOLLT Director thi Keep the llrnd nnd Thront clear end bealtlif and inor mind rind hrnln l nlifiiYK nt ret nn ease OUHIIHANH MENTIIOr IVIIAMSK la the relief to msntlnd In II head troubles CUKES COT HOttr TJIItOAT CVs orciitnrrh dis TAKHll Us That uwrkil odor In Ilnr JeTerandÂ¬ appear bj Wonderfnl rte AsUimis TaT JsUV OXIY CUSIIMAWH tar II Bf r l set II it Drwfsllt ir II 10 ml I MrUl frw tismii UKia co muxsits no v u Krtt lt HOW TO TRAVEL iiMiBaJL B O TI3yEH BA S T-B-L- W RY jE Henderson Route Trains leave Loniavlllo as follows O S W HAILWAY Cincinnail and the St Louis and the West No Jo No 16 No 8 8 93am Lv Louisvilo a 35am 2 45pm Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am 605pm Ar Columbus 3 55pm 105pm 15am it S ajpm Ar Titlsburg 7 95am 6 Jo am 11 joara Ar Washington 1 2opm Ar Baltimore 750am Ar Philadelphia 10 5am 3 40 pm Ar New York la 3onn 555pm Ar Boston 3 oopm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has elejrant Ihillraan Buffet larlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnrtl to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No 18 has elrgant Pullman larlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawlnp room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No ao ha sleepers to Cincinnati open at g oclock to receive passengers S St Louis Springfield and the West No so No 6 No 44 Lv Louisville 8aopm 813am 235am 640pm ArSt Louis la 3cmn 73am Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 m Charlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p rn except Sunday Trains No 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and slipping car to St Louis TBAINS AUIUVK From Eat 7 i a m 19 3 noon 6 40 p m 19 93 a m 3 90 a m From West 7 it a m 19 5 p m 6 40 p nu City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc J address K S DROWN District Pass Ticket Agent II O S W Uy and Main Louisville Ky 4th or J M CHFSSDROUCir Generar Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O B WAUKEL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio daily -- JG John Griffin of Zauesville O says I never lived a day for thirty yearo without suffering agony until u box of A trains run through Solid to Kvansville De Witts Witch Hazal Salve enred my Throuch parlor cars and Pullman seeper on all piles For piles and rectal troubles train Detwetn Sc Louis Kvansville and Louis4s and 42 connect cuts bruises sprains eczema and all ville Numbers liardinsburg daily at Irvington tor Fordsville and except Sunday skin troubles DeWitts Witch Hazel II C MOnDUE A 0 1 A Louisville Ky Salve is unequalled Short Haynes 1 Â¬ Hawesville Owensboro Spottsvlile Henderson Evansville Arrbt Louis 10 11 12 I217pra 9 47 40 1010 10 40 115 732 Xi 85 9f5 8C4 1068 1148 12 12 23am 5 115 720 i LOUISVILLE MARKET REPORTS L II St Li h FardsvIMe Branch TIME TABLE No 10 L0UISVIIIj EX Aug 10 1897 TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 West Bound Trains Shippers should mark all paokagei plainly with shippers name and poit offio address Choice country Medium Creamery East Bound Train Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 3 No BUTTER 2 xaos Fresh Prime white Mixed Old No 1 duok 78 Q 11 12 JB 2S Q 10 Daily Daily ex bun ex Sun STATIONS No 6 No 1 1060am Lv Irvington Ar 11 25 Garfield 40 1147 1165 12 10pm 12 25 11 9o0m 8 00 7 42 7 27 7 17 7 02 6 SO a 20 6 44 Ssfely Harned Junction Hardlnsburg Junction Kirk Glendcane Dempster Comfort 747 660 7 1235 12 goie FEATHERS 30 0 Jl 00 65 1C5 Jolly kivls Fait and lmik Crimson Clover In Ohio Q 2 05 120 145 155 ar Fallsltoughlv Dempster 80S Packet Line Mall Lino Between POULTRY A Huron county contributor to tho Iieni per lb Ohio Farmer writes Chtokeni I will give my oxperienco with olover Spring per lb per dot Ducks Aug 8 1800 I plowed acres of Oeeie per dot wheat stubble I then harrowed and POTATOES worked it then sowed eight quarts of Irish per barrel new olover and four quarts of millet Tho Ken La mlllot was to shado the young olovor I Sweet potatoes Sper bbl From eti then harrowed it with a light slant Navy store 2 to bushelhlghsr Seam per tooth harrow Tho seed came up nicely ROOTS and I had n good stand in tho fall It Qlnieng being on sandy soil it did not wintor Sonic Snake kill but beoamo a bod of blossoms two Pink Yellow feet high I turned it under for corn Wild Ginger 215 ltockvale Ruth Oak Mitchell 2 30 7 8 Aklns 5S8 6 f0 5 25 5 U 25nm Louisville H A KorlvilleTv SCCam Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS ecdercoiTSt Louis RyCo P M E G RAGON Ryan Master Penny Muter W A Blibop Pbmot 2 151 60 1 flt 15 3 00 74 - 1 TIME SCHEDULE TattiHtr Effect ait 630 oelek A TARASCON D L 1 T Conner rumen 3 40 20 11U 10 a 2 7S 31 If Sandaj Uay 39 137 44 TELL OITY R II Ballard MaHer W B Newbell IS 31 Wft Bound Train 43 Eat t Bound Train 42 Gleaned From Many Source Lady Slipper May Appl - t Sachalluo is not considered of valuo DIood FIELD SEEDS at tho Michigan station Timothy per bushel The commissioner of agriculture of Clover per bushel North Dakota in his fourth biennial Crimson Clorer per bushel report officially iudorsos tho Campbell RedTonpej buibel Orehard Oris per buibel systom of cultivation Blue Iran fancy pr bushel In a poor soil tho beets may bo rich Blue Orasi extra per bushel in sugar but tho yield will bo too small Onion Beti Yellow per bushel White to bo a paying crop HIDES Tho oastor bean of commoreo is found Oreen good principally iu Illinois Missouri and Dry Salt good Dry flint good Kansas Sheep sklni At tho Soath Dakota oxporiment sta- Â¬ WOOL tion whore rapo has been tested for fivo Tab waihed years a good standard crop was always Areas fin Bocurcd when tho crop was sown in Hurry 2f 5 Hiprs Bxpra otu 63 Dally 4f0pm Mail A 41 STATIONS Kentucky St Mail A P D riw -- STAGGS - CIkSS Ir Kiprs 12 12 Bxp I 3 i 1 40 4 50 3 00 Dally 7 30am 7 48 8 21 Dally Howard Wiltowdale Rock Itayen Long- Branch Brandenburg Hkrou Guston Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklliman Hawesville Falcon Lewlsport Waltman Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Orlffith Stanley Heads Spottsvlile Dally 7 45pm 6 40 818 821 Dt West Point 00 1 40 1 40 3 SI 648 653 ota 6 61 A ais 6 Sri SO 609 00 8 8 42 8 51 860 907 915 9 2J 9 31 llirl 10 1112 733 lieOaml 665 1145 661 s5 ii U21 634 610 613 560 6 2d a 18 35pm 20 Viatart -- - Bally except Saturday between LctfrWt and Hew Amsterdam Freight shipped by tbli HnedeWrewd Mis er tbn by rail Traveler will find the steamers ate ataiar In antil 3 St Si QltH 0 13 V 707 712 720 Sf 932 9 43 9 60 1011 1011 10 23 10 35 10 43 1040 1068 1105 1114 1125 11 11 Irvington Webster Jodlbiire lOW 41 1037 10 10 The best culinary are emuloved a h menu U equal to that of tho bed ueneral offices 1t and 178 Louisville W irJB -- I uu accoBWomsiHeat nook i fcoteJeVj W iiP IS 21 33 IS 8 Q ffl 16 W 60 951 96d 1020 15 6 30 54 Holt 0i 8 7 gj 9 40 618 815 6 CO 0pt UYWILLUM8TPA yf HITK rtt Owensboro Ky r gW drills m Â¬ Au enormous accumulation of wool la reported Tallow Beeswax The Indiana experiment station calls Sorghum attention to tho faot that duriug July nnd August tbe loaf spot diseaso some Â¬ times appears ou sugar beets ami in this caso they should be sprayed with bordeaux mixture mcu strong Illack Barry and 3 Z4 w It U 3 Qd 64 OuU 11 804 S12 818 827 SS3 8 927 449 Petri si 8S8 HISOJCLLANKOUS MoUmm 863 00 42 Powers us 4 01 814 9 71 Guaranteed tobacco habit cure jnko weak bIo4 pure HcH AlldrtaggUU for Fifty CaoM Curn M Sr O It yon iWt ate it In tha Nbw blUy IU dont a tottgus gaUln tlM atomach W tMree u4 Indigestion Do risW wt weakest but bar toule esTeet M eent Tk paly PUI to take lta Serwparllu ilck headache bad tMte In tlM mouth coated Hoods U I IIII Ut 025 932 0 0 9 47tm 951 in lOKbm 48pm 1161 1165 1202 1209 1217 1224 Is 1240 eam ii 07 8 44 883 Worthlngton iHsiftW k j J9KlJ0Mi Mi JHJVHrWmBk AfffiA Train No 41 and 41 malt connection at Ir vlnfton daily except Sunday with trln to and from Hardinburg and Fordsville Branch Only line running Parlor Car between Louis yll e Owensboo nd Henderson Only rfireot Mm to the North and KM rer ftwtJwr WMioai call on or adtZnaa Amu or Hitf Bassctt i Mlj THBL Breckenridge WEDNESDAY BREIOKRNRIDGR NKWS OUOYEIRPORT KY JTPuiely Personal Chit Boudler has returned horn Geo linker went to HarJInilurg Sunday Mr Caileton city Sunday Cant f News 1807 Seo tho Fair Dog tax is now in order our midst onco more We certainly welcome you back again Mrs Hay good AUGUST II I Local Bievities 1 Kr L ti The Fair The Jalr is a sure thing Bicycle skates aro tlio latest Tho Fair will soon ho open Sultahlo dwellings aro in demand NIco clean straw in bales Sulzers Do yon valuo your dog If so pay tho tax Tho farmer who has held his wheat is right in It Have patience tho rain will come in duo lime Sazar has a new delivery wagon Isnt a daisy To get tho news you must take tho News See Tho Fair am a shore thing For a hair brush seo Babbago Soaps I Soaps I At Babbr gos Fresh Broad ovory day Sulzers Empty molasses barrels Suxirs Somo few have the Klondyko fever Dont you know tho Fair am coming A delivery wagon for sale cheap Sul Bilious and Intermittent Fevers Rov J W Vallandingham conducted which prevail in miasmatic dis- Â¬ services in the Baptist church Sunday which was enjoyed by every one very tricts are invariably accompan- Â¬ much Miss DoctorsSay ied by derangements of the IUneirllle was In the Â¬ zers Box paper from 10 to CO cents a box BaBbrge Itll soon bo timo for the candidates to get a huBtle Waller of Troy Ind wai In the ely Thursday Julian Drown irai bete Sunday to ice hli wile and new boy Newsom lardlner of Unln Star wai In the ctty jeiterday W T Mr and Mrs fev u I Lap Ir rl ur I n t 3k w rWrf - ypfi ff jriw Watermelons this season nre much hottor than last year Thero is a good deal of eickmss throughout the county Try the big mouth jugs for canning fruit this year Sulzers Evorybody in town went to seo Frenchs Sensation Monday evening Tho candidates were all present at the picnic at Balltown Saturday The farmers aro somewhat worked up over this continuous dry spell lhe new Board of Health officers are going to enforce the law to the letter Drop in to see the Fair people when you come to town after a pair of shoes Tho report of the last meeting of the city council appears on tho sixth page The road question in this county should be agitated by every individual Evansville packet The Louisvillo lino is doing an immense freight busi ness Hammocks hammocKs a beautiful line if you want one Babbage has them The Board of Health will give notice in propor time to keep your premises clean the road which leads to Hawesvillo Couty Bros Skillman are holding This road is impassable an I needs attentheir wheat They are hopeful of get tion Tho Judga will not make a mistake in allowing tho amount asked for tlngjl NexfBunday at 10 oclock will be mass Monoy spent on roads is money well and first commission for the children of spent The pathway is smooth and the proper St Hose church II L Stader purchased last week from course is being pursued by a newspaper Wm Boultinghouso a fluosaddlo animal as long as everything said of certain persons is altogether complimentary They The price paid was 100 James G Harris book keeper at the never think or have the time to offer a to tho editors but let an shops has moved into the dwelling late word of praise error occur and it will not be ten hours ly vacated by J II B Logan before the parties have called at the office The residenco occupied by E II ZIrck putting up a lame excuse and saying I el in the lower portion of the town has dont want my name mentioned again been given a fresh coat of paint because the right thing was not written It looks like tho boys have given up Pass that party by four or fiva times and base ball Manager Hamman why not youll hear something like this I have accept that Mooley ville challenge been away several timis and have never The On Thursday Friday and Saturday of yet seen my name in tho paper this week there will be instructions for trouble with a majority of the people is that tney are not constuerato enough the children of St Rose Sunday school They will not take the time to give a Frices showed here last week The news representative any information you expect for us to get all the How show was not up to the average Never- Â¬ news do unless you render us some atsst theless some very laughable plays were ance introduced Richard Owen Democratic candidate UNION STAR for sheriff of this county was in the city Monday He is suro of the partys suc- Â¬ Misses Emma Severs Henrietta and cess this fall Katie Haynes are visiting Mrs Frank Retain your monoy and spend it with Jolly Hardlnsburg the Fair They will soon greet you with Mr J J Seveis has returned to his a varied stock of dry goods clothing duties in Louisville bcots and shoes Miss Eunice Crosson of Cloverport is Capitalist invest your money in build- Â¬ tho guest of her aunt Mies Alta Crosson No ing nice comfortable residences Mr R O Richardson returned to Lou- Â¬ better paying investment isville Sunday after spending his vaca Â¬ Eight in one family at Georgetown are tion with his parents 111 with typhoid fever Their illness is Mr Anderson is at the Cox Hotel un- Â¬ due to drinking cistern water which was der treatment of the Drs Milner found to contain typhoid germB W F Chappell and Mlaa Nellie Cash Mr J D Kelley lias resigned his pos- man left Friday for a visit in tho Ray- Â¬ ition with the Owensboro Messenger mond neighborhood He was connected with the editorial de Mrs Sarah Bruner and Miss Mag Cart partment and wielded an able pen Vattended church at Raymond Sunday Maj Goo 0 Sebastian died In New A Mrs D S Richardson and Miss Rich Orleans on Aug 7 after a protracted ill- Â¬ ardson left Wednesuay for White Sul- Â¬ ness Maj Sebastion was a brother of phur Springs Ind to be gone two Mrs John W Raitt and Mrs A R Fish Â¬ weeks er and was born and raised in this city Helm 111 nary of Louisville was the Ho has resided for many years in New guest of Dr and Mrs Wm Milner Sat- Â¬ Orleans where ho was well known He urday and Sunday was about 05 years old at the time of bis Miss Eva S Casbman will take charge death of her school the middle of September Frenchs New Sensation No 1 in Mrs Lettitia McGlothan returned to charge of Mrs Callle French treated the Irvlngton after a visit to Mr and Mrs people of this city Monday eyenlng with 0 M McGlothan an excellent show in every particular Mrs F M Winfrey has boen confined The show is composed of twenty five per- Â¬ to her room several days with rheuma formers who are the best that have ever traveled on the river Mr and Mrs tism The residenco of Dr and Mrs Wm French who have long been recognized for their moral shows can always bo as Â¬ L Milner was the scene pf quite a pleas Â¬ sured of a crowded house when they ant party last Thursday evening from 730 to 11 oclock tho occasion being in strike the Oloveroort wharf honor of Mrs Milners Sunday School Thomaa Kendall well known in this classmates and their former teacher city wm shot and instantly killed at Mt Mr R 0 Richardson Among those pre- Â¬ Sterling Saturday morning He was as- Â¬ sent were Misses Mattie Milner Hur- Â¬ sociated in business with I N Send ley Sovers Eva and Lisa Coshman Mr Banff his partner had collected some Minnie Hoyle Blanche Sovers Messrs money and Kendall demanded a settle Â¬ A B Cashman R 0 Richardson Drs Kendall Bay- Â¬ ment the forsierrefuslng Wm and Jas Mlluer Games of a liter- Â¬ ing Ill have yon arrested where upon ary nature were indulged in until a late Sonffdrew his pistol and fired Tueuf hour after which the guesta repaired to fair is deeply regretted here where Mr the dining room where refreshments Kendall had many staunch Wends were served yGtn George W Short chaperoned the The iouog people of our town and following young folks Saturday morning community have been having a gay all ol Rough where they will to th time the past week and were unusually form a house wtrty for one week at the pleasure bent On last Saturday Aug 7 Kospltbl home of Col Laid Green a small party speat a moat enjoyable Mkv Mayuve Griffith Echo Hart Nel day at the favorite report known s the Ashing eating and in every way Fall abu1 Gwgo Florence CoUreil pawing the tfaie pteMMtly Dinner O T d J R Skilltaan of this and aeper were Mton and aftch nice Xmm Hy mm John Dan GleodeaM coin weals they wm a mammoth frefzar of ha dvel cream load tea Mah draaaid and cooked Um part Co wteh the Fails 4ato on ot the jwUit on the rkmmmI vU all one could of the patty which eonaiaWd The and HMMtbwMittfai country Iioomm la U following Miaaaa KyaOaahmau Blanche county Jfiat the Lt of Mm Omm Severs Mattia Milner K 0 RIchardaon nothing gnv mora ptoaaura than to Dr Wm L Mlluar with Mrs Win L chaperons returned noma at hava a crowd ol young paoU at her Milner aa thoroughly satisfied that they 7 oclock oWriaintr aha could bad apant on ol tna happiest days of hoia aad a a tbair lit notkwaffoiliad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- relatives at Irrlngtcn Regular services at tho Baptist church A large crowd from Ilartllnsburg spent next Sunday Sunday at the TarSprlngi Chlnli Royalty of Ilsrlnsburg wai In Tho opening day of the Fair will soon town Monday on buslncaj bo announced li vliltlng Jai Postmaster Wilson has moved into tho Arthur Skillman Union Star Mr and Mri llaynei dwelling formerly occupied by Frank Miss Luelle Sterrett of Hawesjille Is with Carlisle her cousin Mill llettio Ilowmer Only a few more empty sugar barrels John McAdami and Stanliy Allen of Ilawoarllle were In the city Sunday left get them before they aro all gone Sulzers Daniel S Duncan hn been snendlnc a woek In the county Wheat was quoted In LoulBville yes with John 8 Warfleld Mill Cella Newburger of Chicago Ilia Is The millers offer 77 J and the gueat ot Mr and Mrs K B Cgleaby terday at 81 sty receipts are good lion Dudley Uambletob went to Holt Sun- Â¬ There is no man in town who enjoys a day to tee hli tick filend Mr Virgil Hardin show better than Dr J T Owen Ho Herbert Rledel of Onenaboro will ipend a week with relatives here and at Holts Bot- Â¬ can always get up a hearty laugh tom Wm Hall at Webster has JO head of will give a houie party to a Mils lino three year old steers that will aver number Mary Holt of her friends this week In Holts Bot nge 1000 pounds ready for tho market tom Crockett Hawtsvllle and Ma Rev Father Lampton is in the city Misses looking hale and hearty Ho will con- Â¬ bel Storrett of Skillman are with the Mttsei duct tho prayer meeting at the Baptist Jarboe Jin Frank Haawell accompanied by Wal church this evening lace Babbage of Hardlnsbnrg was In town Your especial attention is called to the Thursday fact that our line of stationery never was of Texas and Carrie Mlasea Ida Jaokaon so complete When you want a nice Unser of Owensboto are guesti of Miss Em ma Tlnlui box of paper call on Babbage Walter May of Louisville Is at home with There will be a protracted meeting at his parents Mr and Mrs Chas May Sr on Goshen beginnirg next Sunday August a vacation 15 conducted by the pastor Rov AV B Mr and Mrs C II Rledel ot Holts B t Rev W B Compton of toni spent Sunday with thotr daughter Misa Rutledgo Kosa Rledel Georgetown will preach next Sunday Mrs Till Pauley who has been visiting II N Blair will run a wagn carrying Mrs T G Fallin at Lewlspcrt returned passengers from Cloverport to the Tar home Saturday Kd Adams and bride nee Miss Ida Knott Springs Sunday August 15 Leaving apent Sunday with bis aiater Mrs Webster Cloverport 035 a m returning 3 30 p Jacob Weatherholt m 30 cents round trip I will run a Miss Mary Ryan was at the picnic at Gus wagon each Sunday if successful ton Saturday and was the guest of Mr and Mrs Stanley Smith The County Court has been petitioned Cunningham of Hardlnsburg to give 35 towards the improvement of on Owenvacation Derby correspondent is here of the a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jthn Galloway nre vMIng Katherlne Sterrett of North Stomach Liver and Bowels Dakota spent a fow weeks at Sulphur Welts Wo are glad to havo you back Mies Katherlne The liver is the great driving Will May adjuster for tho Insurance wheel in the mechanism of Company was here Thursdny and with J B Herndon settled tho loss of tho man and when it is out oforder colored Methodist church the whole system becomes de- Â¬ Mrs F II McGoheo nnd Llttlo ranged and disease is the result Kittle spent ft few days in Hardlnsburg last week Llttlo Kittlo brought homo a friend of hors Vertio Honsley Cure all Liver Troubles Misses Jen Hardin and Charlotte Herndon left Irvlngton Saturday p m to join a Sunday school party from Mrs PROGRAM D S Roberts taking their dinners to Rock Haven to spend tho day Dr Bewloy and family have left For Childrens Say Services at the M E Church Sample Ky Aug Irvlngton Mrs Bewley will stay a 15 1897 month or two with his parents and then they will movo to Louisville where they will remain at least for four years Marching Song Sunday school ItattleSonfr Tho community and town regret very Concert Reading ol bcripture limitation This li Childrens Day much to seo Dr Bewley leave Mamie Jolly Pearl Complon Daisy Â¬ Tho Christian Endeavor met ThursAdklns day night The topic for discussion was Song A Garland for Jem School Hev S K Kelly The comforts from tho Bible which Prayer by pastor Cleveland Stewart was very nicely dealt with by Mrs Introductory Address Sons Gods Loving Care Mamie Miller Hendry Several talks were rnado by Kva Itromfield Josephine Giiartncy members and an excellent talk by our Daisy Adklni Lillian DowellGertrudc Bennett Esther Kosenblott Gertrude visitor Mrs Cain of Versailles This society meets every Thursday night Ten Drown Pearl Compton Commandments in Verse Ilruce DenEvery one is cordially invited to attend nett Everett Adklns Rufus Comptcn The subject for next Thursday night Frank Dennett Harrison and Lewis Hampton Zeno Shellman Frank Shell is a temperance subject Stumbling The Secret of Health He Came - He Saw He Bought Was Satisfied Came Back M Bought Again Tutfs Liver Pills Just as six Others Have Done The prices on Clothing are unresisting they appeal stronger the purse than words Our Mid Summer Sale is carrying corn fort into hundreds of homes Come in and let us help you save money Â¬ Blocks mako much fuss about Wo are speaking of De Witts Little Early Risers tho famous llttlo pills for constipation biliousness and all stomach and liver troubles They never gripe Thoy dont it man Curtis Stewart and Tousey Drown Nine Attributes and Eleventh Command- Â¬ ment Katie Jolly Ucsiic Urumfield Ite McCoy Gola Grant Lillian Adklns Murrill Adklns Gertrude Dennett Drookle McCoy Anm Miller Catrie Dont Miss It Be Quick Now is Your Time Walls Recitation Do Your lltst Song A Call to Youth Recitation The Town of Stanley Conner School Uied-to-lc Short Haynes EKRON James Dugan left Monday for Owens- Â¬ boro Irvie Richardson returned Monday to Garfield Miss Ava Board returned to Hardlns- Â¬ burg Monday Sanford Magalln of Louisvillo was here Monday Col Babbage passed through town Saturday evening Allen Stith Guston was in town Monday for a short while Jake Shacklett and wife spent Sunday with S J Brown and wife Joseph Brand of Louisana visited his nephew several days last week Mrs Dutch Richardson and daughter Bettie spent Friday with her brother Tom Kentucky Photograph Co leayes Irv Â¬ lngton Monday Aug 15 Photos 0 for 50cts 75 eta dczjn Mrs Dr Willett and children left Tuesday for their homo in Tennessee She has been visiting her parents D S Roberts and wife for tho past five weeks Quito a serious accident beftll Jim Frymlreand Ike Ovrings on last Tuesday Thoy were driving a colt of Mr Frymires when it became frightened aid ran off Mr Fry mire was thrown out and broke his collar bone and shoulder blade besides other bruises not so serious Mr Owings in attempting to jump caught his foot in the whcol and was dragged some distance cutting a deep guh which had to bo towed other injuries we did not learn Mr Frymires little boy was thrown from the back of the buggy and considerably bruised and scratched up Run aways are getting to be quite common Peo Â¬ ple should bo careful to see that a buggy or wagin and all parts of the harness are sound before starting out Why cant ono of our older citizens here make a start to break up the base ball playing on Sunday It is a disgrace to the town for strangers to pass through and hear the cursing and swearing that is carried on Sunday tho 25th thero was a match game hero The whooping and Bwearing was disgraceful enough when somo Brandenburg sports wanted and we things run their own way learned they had enough to make them think they could do it and got into a difficulty When Mr Wright was sum Â¬ moned thoy managed to get them out of town before ho arrived at the ball ground A gamo of ball for young men occa slonly is vory good in its place but when it is carried to excess as it has been here for tbe post two months played through the week and on Sunday it is time for the people to put a stop to it In a short time it will kill the town Who would want to locate here if Sunday after Sun- Â¬ day they have to listen to such screaming and hollering and the base ball ground tho only resort for their children 7 We know if some ono would request the owner of the grounds to forbid them to play thoro on Sunday we think he would do so It they must play ball let them do so on week days an I keep holy tho Sabbath day Â¬ Josephine Guartney Iticitallon Do all That You Can Gertrude Ilcnnctt Mary Adkins Cinda PateJuda Walls Drookle McCoy Recitation Cjrus The Grcnt Morton Dromfield Money saving articles you will need never intended for prices Inspect and see wlfat you can find and get our prices we ask A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush Dont wait Song He Moved Amd Oar Human Ways School Cannelton County E L Telephone Clerk of Lodiburg candidate for was here Monday shaking Alia Hardin hands with his friends McCoy of Louisville spent Sunday with bis wife who Is vliltlng her parents Mr and Mrs Bob Uendrieka Guston Charles Wendelken of Henderson Recitation Childrens Crusade Nellie Grant Dialogue How to be a Little Christian Hewitt Dromfield Minerva Roberts Ivy McCoy Gertrude Drown Ella Gibson Eva Dromfield Daisy Adkins and Ethel Compton TIIESOUNO TEOrLBS RErUllLIC i Address by Liberty s Law Song Obedience SULZERS Notice It SALE One stone house and tlwcllins at Jollvs Station An excellent point for any one uesirinc 10 enter me mercantile Dusiners vaurcss Dr K W UUItClI McQuady Ky I the city a few hours Sunday the gueat of his pirents Mr and Mrs Henry Wendelkln D W Lewis former teller of the Meade County Deposit Bank was here last week He was representing the Capital Cigar Co Capt B 11 Ptckard wife and her mother who have been apending a week at the Tar Springs have returned to tbe Mitchell House Mr and Mrs II A Oelie and Mrs Frank Fralie went to Atlantic City last week and re Â¬ turned yesterday They report a most pleas Â¬ ant trip Alvln WiUon came down from Louisville Sunday accompanied by hli little daughter Viola who will remain with her uncle John II Carson J A Jonea Carlinghurg is at tho Tar Springs for two weeka Mr Jones visits the Springs every summer and has a great deal of faith In the water VT W Hinds foreman of thii oOlee went to Louisville Wednesday lie returned Bun day morning accompanied by his wife and baby Katie Nell who havo been visiting rela Â¬ tive In that city Mr and Mrs Caldwell Norton and ion Jamoi Stepbeni are the gueats of their pa Â¬ ten ti Mr and Mri Jamei Stephens at Alta Mrs J T Mlnary and I ni James Vlita and John are also with them Messrs Alfred Hennln and E L Clark of came up on Monday evenings Hawesvillo They remained a few East bennd passenger boon in the city whence crosilng over to Toblnspnrt and returning home on their wheels v was in Ida Hampton David Walls School Mary Hampton Intellgence 3 Annie Dennett Fraternity 4 Rajmond Stewart Temperance 5 Lena Drown Uprightness 6 Jessie Walls 7 Patriotism 8 Iong Live the Republic Liberty School Song O Happy R public Rev What our Glfer ngs nre Doing S K Ktlly and schocl Song The Goden Republic School Rev S K Kelly Address by Pastor Collection Recitation The Church and the World Mrs F iV Dasham Recitation The Light house Keepers Daughter Annie Roberts Maud Drlmsley Recitation Dojs Who Watch ami Recitation The bhun the Howl Samuel McCny Cnttie Dennett Henry Hampton Ges Kobiit Conner Mrs sie Compton Annie Dowell School Song Yield not to temptation Recitation A Hundred Years 1rom Now LIIIHn Dowell Closing Song God be With Ycu till wo Icet Again So Discount Here To Curo Constipation Forever Take Cascarots Candv Cathartic lOo orC5c It C C C tall to curo drugirlts refund money FALL IN BUFFALO FOR Â¬ ONE CENT A MILE VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE 31st ANNUAL ACCOUNT HAD Ui Mi 111 ENCAMPMENT Death of J F Ditzjnbaoh is community was shocked Thurs day evening when the sad news came from Louisville that J P Dilz nbach AUGUST 23 28 Good re Â¬ Tickets on sale August si 7a nnd 33 turning leaving HuRalo from Auguit 24 io 31 In elusive with a privilegeof extension to September 20 on drpovit ol tlcVet with Joint Agent at lluflalo Ausust at und 27 inclusive For tickets and full information call on any tik et agent of the Hik Four Route or address K O McCormick lass Traffic Mer Warren J Lynch Ass Gen lass Tkt Act Cincinnati 0 Misses Sada and Rena Birk accompanied by Mesars Will Porter and Harry Moorman came up Sunday morning to ipead tbe day with Mias Mary Moorman They all return- Â¬ ed that evening with the exception of Mlsa Rena Birk who will be with Miaa Moorman for several dayi To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure 25c For Sale by R A Shell man Stephensport Ky IRVINQTON J R Wimp went to Brandenburg last week Rev J 0 Lewis is adding to his home in Irvlngton Mr and Mrs Major and family have returned home Mrs Cain of Versailles is the guest of Mrs Coleman MissBoard of Hardlnsburg is visiting Miss Mollio Lyons Little Clark Dugan has returned to his home in Louisville E Roberson of Glendeane attendod church here Sunday If you care to learn the new way of driving apply to Charlie Marshall Grandma McGlothlan la staying at 0 M McGlothlans home in Union Star Miss Heal who was visiting Mrs Coleman lias returned to her homo in Louisville The Methodist meeting begin here Monday Aug 0 Great success is wish Â¬ ed them Tho choir practices evory Saturday p m Every one who can sing is asked to come and help Ernest Henderson is very much better at this writing We sincerely hope he will soon recover Kentucky Photograph Co loaves Irv Â¬ lngton Monday Aug 15 Photos 0 for 50 eta 75 eta dozen and unexpectedly died suddenly Philip as overy one knew had been in failing health for sometime and resigned his position as foremnn on the News hoping that a rest might bo beneficial At times ho appeared to he gain Â¬ ing in health hut it was only for a short while lie had acted in tho capacity of foreman of this ofllce for twelve years He was an expert printer and hod no superior as a job man He left here last Tuesday for Louisville with the anticipa- Â¬ tion of holding a position that he had We accepted if his health permitted understand that lie never left his mothers residence which ia at 713 Twenty first street On Thursday the day he died his mother noticed a decid- Â¬ ed change and asked him if she could He replied in do anything for him tho negative hut afterwards she thought that possibly a little beverage might strengthen him after taking it he went to his room and laid down on tho bed Shortly afterwards his mother and sister went to his room and knocked on the door thoy could not gat an answer Finally the door was forced open and his mother went to his bed side and asked if alio had not better open the window still no response After opening the window she went to his bed side and to her astonishment dhcovered him dying and drawing his last breath Physicians were immediately summoned but to no avail Phillip was 41 years of age and leaves a wife and two child Â¬ ren His remains were laid to rest in Cave Hill cemetery Saturday Â¬ Â¬ our stuiV at a price where we can aflbrd to give anybody a discount Dont think because some stores oflcr you a discount that youre getting an inside price because ail stores that give discounts allow for these discounts when goods are marked Get them to ofler you as big a discount as they will then come here and see how much lower voull find our prices marked in plain figures on every article in the Saddlery line Collars and Pads a Specialty The system is the only lair honest way of doing business Â¬ Â¬ Your moneys just as Rood as We dont mark anybodys FRANK HASWELL You are Welcome We want to make it so pleasant in our store and so economical for you to trade here that you will not want to go anywhere else We want your own ex- Â¬ perience to teach you that you may have con fldence in us ANION M Midsummer Bargains Something You are always need- Â¬ ing and BomothiDg that will be Satisfactory In Quality Quantity and price in the way of Shoes Hats Dry Goods Notions and Furnishings Reduction in Price in all lines in order to keep our goods moving during the dull summer months We are look Â¬ ing closely after our f INCHELOE UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT and Livery Business and ofler you the best service for your money Dont forget us when you need GROCERIES Grf ta nr Mrs Nevltt two daughWra and bob and his wito of Woodland have been yisUlng Mm John Nevitt Mlaaaa Elian MeGanaa and Eva Herni don attondad tho Tnatttnto in Bandn btttf Thuraday evening SopoH aaood Uma Mr llaygood of Chattanooga k in f The Ohio Valley Normal College The normal school is situated at Cory don Indiana in the adjoining county Account Annual Convention across the river Tbe building ami fix Young Peoples Christian tures are ample for 500 students The Unlen August 18 231867 faculty is made up of scholarly men and 1 SSSSSSSSSSK women each a specialist in his depart Tickets will be s Id bv lhe Mis Four Routs Au gultljlh sndrSth Koodrclurninir until August 14 ment at present there are eight instruc- Â¬ with proviso that upon deposit with Joint Agent tors I idilnapnll on Augut jj or art citentloo of return limit to U iv IndUnapolls not latt r than The school is not a local affair but aepieuiDr istn inclusive may Do nan prepares teachers for Kentucky and Rate One Fare Fer the other states just aa well as for Indiana oriel Kevatl Trip for H years this shoe by merit Kentucky Hktory and Civil Government aLonh44 distanced all ooinMtltori W I DouirlAa JrLM ftijll anil SAJU hnfla sym For Ticket and full Information c on anY ate taught The spirit of the school ia the productions o skilled workmen from the ticket airent of the Hltr Foir Houie or ad Also No fool material possible at toes price bctt that ot real earnest life work dress Mccormick A ko tin noTtaa ssoes for men tUU fJW ialineaa or courting tolerated MaiuruoTi- W L DotuUi noes ar inaoroea WAKRHMJ IYMCII by over IflfSMH wearers u ttwt be which Asst Gen la s A Tkt At Cincinnati Q Board is in private families in la ktylo M Mil durability of y siioo ever oer4 M Um price fttfl and light are Included with room am Hu in an um Ute iur sbape tad trM atxl otOTtry tossa Evry expanaa ol living or two dollars Wr ot iMUtor parwaak Tuition par tarm of tan i waaka 10 two iarma 18 Addrasa SAMUEL SUUEB Sr Cloreiwt Ky E 8 Haixrt Pre lot UTttrKK Â¬ w Jlrir HARDINSBURG K7 HALF RATE to INDIANAPOLIS VIA G T IRVINQTON KY Marshall - Farmers bring in your Produce will pay Louisville quotations Big Four Route jffrMWhen you Go Â¬ bbbbIbHbHbHsbE lJjN lityAx - to IfardlnsUirg SSSHOEntrU W L DOUGLAS - STOP AT THE Â¬ BARNES HOUSE Only lC0Pw Day -- S Beit Aooommodatiomii Good Sample Rooms HB5wftw I T iniynnTWWwrrTmmwummtmwmnMmmmimmnhi -- rssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssiiiiiiMliiMWi1faaairTftMin-iTi-fr- r i yrrSPFT TT Tjp1 jamMi mmi vfi ITfl III I I T I e Breckenridge News WKDENSDAY AUQU8T 11 1897 wi fc illTl H p msadnnm In mi mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmam I in i iWI l I Inn HigkMt Tariff oa Record lllttsbura Pot1 The UriiT bill thai passed tho sonate yesterday and waa signed by tbe Prest dent is the highest in tbe liUtory o American tariffs It bcata the war UrKI all to pieces and overshadows tho fa Â¬ mous McKlntey extortion twice repudi Â¬ ated by tbe people This little table hows tbe rates under tho three last tar Ills la tho dutiable Imports McKinley tariff 1890 49 C8 per cent Wltsou tariff 1894 TO 04 per cent Conference report 1897 67 03 percent Tako some of the necessaries of life involved in woolen clothing blankets and carpets tbe rates are advanced from an avurago of 15 per cont under the Wilson law to 90 per cent under tbe new tariff but in selected items coin prising woolen matcrias worn by the poor the tariff rates under tho new bill run as high a 150 and 200 per cent A Valuable Prescription Editor Morrison of WorthingtonInd You have a valuable Han writes prescription in Electric Bitters and I can cheerfully recommend it for Constipa Â¬ tion and Sick Headache and as a general Mrs An Â¬ system tonic it has no equal nie Stable 2025 Cottage Grove Ave Chicago was all run down could not eat nor digest food had a backache which never left her and felt tired and weary but six bottles of Electric Ulttcis restored her health and renewed her strength Price 50 cents and 1 Get a bottle at A It Fishers Drug Store WHITEHALL TERMINAL New Entrance to New York City via B 0 S W Ey Unequaled Facilities Whitehall Terminal the new entrance into New York City opened for business O S W Ry on Monday via tho D July 10th Is tbe most convenient station to and from all parts of New York City This terminal is at South and Brooklyn Ferry east of Battery and from it under tbe same roof direct connections are made witli trains of the Second Third Sixth and Ninth Avenue Elevated Itoads Broadway Columbus and Lexington Avenue Cable Lines South Ferry Staten Island Ferry Hamilton Avenue nnd Thlrtyninth Street Brooklyn Ferry ABk for tickets to New York via B O S W Hy and save inconvenience 1 M CiiKsmtouii Gko F IUndouII OmiI Traffic Ml gr Vnl Imr AkmiI I had granulated lids for twenty years I tried many doctors and lots of medicine to no avail A skim had grown over my eyes nnd they grew worse until I could not recogoi one ncross the street Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve cured me sound and well in ten days Yours Murfreeeboro Mrs W C Woodall Tenn Short Haynes Famous Springs at Seer Park A million and a half gallons of the pur Â¬ est water on earth is the dally out put of the famous Boiling Spring in Garrett county Maryland reached via the B O S W Uy In order that nothing can contaminate the Springs one hundri d acres of land surrounding it are fenced in In addition a wire building covers the Spring so that leaves cannot fall into the water It is from these extraordinary Springs that Deer Park Hotel receives Its water supply the water being piped direct to the hotel The medical fraternity now concede that in the matter of health the question of pure water stands at the head and front No summer resort combines so many health Â¬ ful features The air Is wonderfully pure aud invigorating cool nights with abso Â¬ lutely no mosquitoes the finest cuisine Â¬ with perfect sanitary arrangements makes Ieer Creek Hotel the ideal resort For dates of special low rates to this O health giving resort Bee agents B S W Hy Investigate Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic It leaves no evil after etlects It cures chills permanently Short Haynis Program Sunday School Convention Program of tbe Sunday School Convention of the Blackford Association which convenes with Blackford church on Wednesday after 1st Sunday in Sep tember 1897 at 9 a m III Advantigei of Sunday School J U Ilocker Â¬ Â¬ lake snd V HWMorton C 11 and II C The Sunday School as a Meant of Fi tiering Miltioni Coleman U llurdell W Spencer What Should lie he lrline Object of a Sun- Â¬ day School Teacher llrown 111 Willi llkhirdsaud W M Powers 4th Advantages and llcntfits of This Conen Ira I Rice and C M Corley tion jth rrepaallm of Sunday Skhool lesson LaJarboe W R Oldham and C P Folk II I llrown jrJ Sccrmry An Opportunity You Now Have of testing the curative effects of Elys Cream Balm the most positive Cure for Catarrh known Ask your druggists for a 10 cont trial Biie or send 10 cents we will mall it Full slzo 50 cents ELY BUOS60 Warren StN Y City My son was atlllcted with catarrh I induced him to try Elys Cream Balm and the disagreeable catarrhal smell all left him He appears ss well as any ono J O Olmstead Areola III I afcoklug him to illiHMw KrJiSaniap Aftrt Mftoi arllU h wrr iVm ImiI Hrg up powr Ttnirlrlatb LlttOtl MMl MMtOTlM MrftCt What be Ka4 oMft W bead through tw ajurtaw the beard eane togethw child ef Charles McQheo attopipted to crawl into a whoat bin thrrmirti a kt betweea tho boards Kknsinoto Cbllil CTiok J to Doth O Aug 6 Itoss tho 04 With It heals everything except a broken heart may be said of De Witts Witch Appoarod Each Soaaon Until Blood Was Purified With Hoods Saraa Hazel Salve Piles and rectal diseases parllla An Indolent Ulcor cuts burns bruises tetter eczema and MATTINGLY For sovoral years I was troubled with all skin troubles may ho cured by it carbuncles on my left side and my back quickly and permanently Short Tlicy would disappear In winter and re Â¬ Haynes A good rain is needed turn tho noxt summer I began Inking Subscribe for the Nxws Hoods Bnrnnparllla and havo nover had any carbuncles since My little son had FALLS OF ROUGH O D Hambleton is on tho sick list a fever and an Indolent ulcer appeared on Burt Orura has returned from Evans his loft limb and spread half way around The mills here run ovory day vllle it Our physician recommended a blood Miss Corn Wlngato is qulto sick purifier and 1 gavo tho boy Hoods Miss Mel vlna Walker is visiting Miss A Barsaparllla with gratifying results Florenco Wood Bro Cundlffand family aro away Q B JAMK8 Polkvllle Miss Chaa Slma aud family spent Saturday Wheat thrashing Is progressing rapid- I havo been a great BUfferer from mus Â¬ night at It C Mattinglys iy cular rheumatism and in October began I continued Col Green harvested 100 acres of mead Â¬ taking Hoods Barsaparllla Dont borrow tho News from your neighbor but subscribe for it Its uso until January when I could go ow as any ono and I havo had Why not subscribe for the Nkws 7 It Willis Green went to Loulsvillo last about as well since I W Mjnnick no aeuto pains is the best county paper in existence weok Grand Isle Louisiana Mis3cs Ada and Emma Mattlngly were V B Burton was hero ono day last guests of Miss Ida Frank Saturday week night Col Green went to Hardlnsburg last Is sold by all drugrfsts rrlcoljsUiorJ Misses Eva and Pearl Hawkins attend- Â¬ weok aro the only pills to tako H00d i S PlilS with Hoods 8arsaparllla ed tbe Association at Patesville last Miss Kate Butler entertatned Thurs week day evening Mr Pickard and family who have beeu Mr David Chamblles Is real ill with where Col Greens apple orchard Is sit-Â¬ boarding with C D Hambleton have typhoid fever uated returned homo Mr Head former night watch at this Miss Hattie Stuart hae gone to HawesE C Babbage local editor was at tho ville to visit friends place has gone to Indiana to secure empicnic Saturday looking after the inter- Â¬ Miss Kate Butler of Rockvalo attend Â¬ ployment est of the Nk8 The Kentucky Photo Company have ed the Institute at Hardlnsburg They were kept J B Bates and daughter Miss Docle Louisylllo gone to Irvlngton Willis Green returned from went to Owonsboro Friday They by way of Cloverport last Sunday duite busy while here returned Saturday Wo received to day a much needed Mr Ben Storms father and mother of Mr and Mrs Riley Hawkins have Hawesvlllo are his guests this week blessing from heaven In tho form of a returned from a weeks visit to relatives glorious good rain Mr Hamilton llonin of Hawesville in Grayson county Miss Belle Davison attended tho bar Â¬ was tho guest of Miss Mary Peyton SunMiss Molly Hambleton of Ofvensboro becue nt Caneyville and dined with Mrs day is visiting her cousins Misses Mugle Harned and family Mr Charlie Gross nnd wife went to and Efflo Hambleton Mr Frank Peyton went to Bewley Â¬ Bewleyvillo Saturday to visit their paMr Whalen of Asklns Station spent rents villo last week and spent a fow days cirSaturday and Sunday in our community culating among his old friends Everybody seemB to know light well the guest of M E Hambleton Mrs D O Moorman and children of Glendeano wero guestaof Mrs Frank J W Pate wife and Miss Juno Mo Quady of Jollys Station wore guests at Peyton several days last week C B Bates Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Peyton has returned borne Mrs AVrn Ryan who has been suffer- Â¬ and Miss Nellie Moorman of Glendeane ing with a cancer for sometime is no was her guest for a few days better Mrs Ryans condition is serious Mr Late Beauchamp has found anoth- Â¬ and she has the sympathy of her many er sweet heart so bis horso Is no longer friends to be seen at Mrs Davisons gate Yes it is truo enough that Jim Keenan Mr and Mrs G W Short their guests likes to pick blackberries and is really a Miss Florence Cottrell tho Messrs Skill good band at the business but bo would man and others are expected to arrive much rather pick where there are no here to day to be the guests of Col Green Briers and family The picnic at this place was a grand Recent good rains havo cooled the Every boJy present seemed to success atmosphere and brightened and freshenjoy themselves those that fancied ened the drooping and withering vegetadancing made good use of their opportution till the earth glows with a magnifi- Â¬ Ts the external indication of a connity Several of tho candidates were cent verdure nnd ell nature seems to be dition of the blood which produces a present with their bright sunny smiles is infused with a now life Both man nnd fiery irritation almost unbearable It and just lota of pnrty gurrels in fact a mistake to think that this local irrita- Â¬ beast feel tho exhilarating influence of it was a day of recreation for all tion is the disease itself it is simply an the fresh cool breezes after the intense evidence of u disordered coudition of the and depressing heat of the past fow blood The scat of the disease is in the Something to Depend On blood and this is uhy the various salves months Graysoii county lost several young peo- Â¬ Mr James Jones of the drug firm of and ointments usually applied have no effect whatever They cannot possibly Jones it Son Cowden III in ppeaking of reach the origin of the trouble only a ple quite suddenly one night this weok Dr Kings New Discovery says that last blood remedy can do that S S S is Three couples eloped to Cannelton Ind without an equal for blood diseases and to get married they are Mifs Stella Wil- Â¬ winter his wife was attacked with La permanently cures Eczema son and Ellis Fentress Mbs Mattio Esk and her case grow so serious that promptly aud all taint Grippe and removes physicians at Cowden and Pana could do Much torture could be avoided If the ridga and Edward Monahan Miss Agnes They nothing for her It Beemed to develop first itching symptoms were heeded and Monaban and Jesse Eskrldge a course of SSS taken promptly as ap- Â¬ traveled by moonlight on account of the into Hasty Consumption Having Dr insignificant skin irritations Kings New Discovery in stoie aud sell Â¬ parently develop into the worst form heat and tho fear of being caught by an Â¬ usually gry parents ing lots of It he took a bottlo homo and of Kczema unless properly treated It matters not what other treatment to tho surpriso of all sho began to get tried in vain has better from first doso and half dozen gets beenthe seat of theSSS always HOW TO FIND OUT disease and at dollar bottles cured her sound and well forces it out Â¬ Fill a bottle or common glass with Â¬ Dr Kings New Discovery for ConsumptMr William Armstrong an old resi dent and highly respected citizen of urine and let it stand twenty four hours ion Coughs nnd Colds is guaranteed to De Pcre Wis writes on April 1st 1896 a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ do this good work Try it Free trial healthy condition of the kidneys When bottle at A R Fishers Drug Storo urine stains linen it is evidence of kid- Â¬ Too frequent desire to ney trouble DUKES urinate or pain in the back is also con- Â¬ vincing proof that the kidneys and blad- Â¬ Crops aro needing rain der are put of order The sun is Bcorchlng hot WHAT TO DO Nate Starkes is digging a well at bis now is comfort lu the knowledge so There home often expressed that Dr Kelmers There was singing Wednosday night Swamp Root tho great kidney remedy at Mr Nate Starks fulfils every wIbIi in relieving pain in the Robt Duke went to Hawesville Wed Â¬ back kidneys liver bladder and every nesday to the flour mill part of the urinary passages It corrects There was sorvices Thursday night at inability to hold urine and scalding pain the Cumberlain Presbyterian church in parsing It or bad effect following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes Master Arthur Grr giry of Cloverport that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ has been visltirg master Arthur Lay pelled to get up many times during the Oscar McGavock is losing some nice night to urinate The mild and the ex Â¬ hogs that he lately bought with cholera MR WILLIAM ARMSTONG traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon Tho people have postponed the race I have beeu a sufferer for eight years realzed It stands tbe highest for its after prosperity until the weather gota with that horrible disease Kczema at times all over my body and no person wonderful cures of tbe most distressing cooler can describe the burning and itching I cassee If you need medicine you should Sam Chambers of Chambers passed bad to endure have the best Sold by druggists prlco The extent of my sufferings can be fifty cents and one dollar You may through town Wednesday on his return appreciated when I state that my con- Â¬ homo dition was such that I could not take have a camplo bottlo and pamplet both Mrs Alice Franks and son Starland my bed and for three months I never sent free by mail Mention the Bukck laid down but was compelled to sit in ENniDOE Nkns and Eend your address to of Evansvillo are visiting relatives at my chair when not moving around I this place Co Blnghamton N Y was treated by the best of physicians Dr Kilmer Finley Burnett and wife visited near with no success and tried all the patent The proprietors of this paper guarantee tho genuineness of this offer Patesvlllo Friday the guests of Nate medicines recommended for Eczema without any good results I then went Starks Jr and wife Mud baths with tbe same to the Indiana Our hall team went to Patesvlllo results and then to Mt Clements the medical resort where Thursday to cross bats with tho ball celebrated partially helped me but the Itevieur of the Grain anil Llveitook 31 r treatment the kola For Aug O Wo havent players of that placo I went to disease shortly returned ritUbnrg- learned how the game stood Florida thinking that a change of cli- Â¬ Cattle Prime II mate and water and the citron fruit 4 IX bulls stagsft 0O35 00 fair0033 803 60 and cows 3 Several in this neighborhood aro dig might cure me but found no cure Hog Prlmo light i 057t4 IB heavy lug wells This is the kind of weather I then tried SSSand after three days fd WX3I 05 rough S3 603 50 Sheep that makes other denominations besides the burning and itching subsided and Choice l 1B1 CO fair 3 6533 80 comGCt3 25 choicu lambs 3 753 I continued to improve steadily until I mon baptist believe in plenty of water After com Â¬ 6 00 veal calves 0 0026 85 was well entirely cured exter-Â¬ Dave Isom wife and baby Arthur mencing I never nut an Cincinnati nal application to my litnas or auy part will stay with his parents uutil tho first Wheat 757lo Corn 23aS0Ko Cat Â¬ of my body You may refer to me any tleSelected butchers 0034 HO fair to of September then leave for Illinois I will medium 00 person suffering from Eczema common M 263 whero they expect to make their future always keep the S S S in my house 3 00 Hogs Selected and prima butchers 3 603 06 common 3 05t 00 packing for I consider it the best blood medicine home 3 263 75 Sheep J 53 of the present age I am seventy years and rough 3 75 lambs t3 6035 0 Another week of hot and dry weather of age and am now in perfect health UurTalo as we have had the past week and the 1or real blood diseases relief can only Cuttlo Choice butchers 13 WXftt 23 crops ol all kinds will be cut half if not be obtained by using a real blood remeÂ¬ fair to jrood M 053 1 00 common 3 60a dy So many people who arc sufferers more pastures aro burning up stock I W Hogs Yorkers ft 10 1 15 mixed from an obstinate or deep seated blood W 603 water is becoming scarce disease make the mistake of taking rem Â¬ packers Prime 14 00 common 3 1648 85 Sheep 4004 60 fair to edies which at best are only touics and 13 60ft4 50 common 3 6033 60 choice Haynes of near Hardinshurg Mr lambs cannot possibly reach their trouble It tl 5035 75 ia been employed to tinch our Rchro is in lust such cases which other so called Chicago this term becomes highly recommen VI blood remedies cannot reach that SSS SO 4333 60 Hogs has made some of the most wonderful mixed 3SelectedUS butchers Native steers from the trustees and patrons of the Cattle 0533 cures 4 StXJM 80 cows 3 055 10 moit sales several schools that he has taught S S S cures permanently Cancer and bulls 1 7623 75 Shfeop 99 60 Under Democratic administration we Catarrh Rheumatism Eczema Tetter 4 00 lambs 6038 IB Contagious Blood Poison Scrofula and have good seasons and bountiful crops Naw York Cattle f i 6035 00 Bhoop W 6034 00 and every thing cheap Under republi- Â¬ all other diseases having their origin ia the blood It is Iambi tl 6028 7ft can rule we have drouths accompanied with hot winds short crops every thing Krerrbody Bajrs Be CasoareU Candy Cathartic tho most woa high and no money to buy with and gets at the seat of disease and forces derful medical dficovery of the age pleas Â¬ it out It would he about as rational a move blood promptly even after other soScalled ant and refreshing to tao taste act geetly S is and positively oa kidneys liver and bowels remedies have failed a delegation of ministers to badea guaranteed purely vegetable to send cleansing Ue entire system dU4 eet4a to conult tbe devil as to tbe best way - Books on blood and skin diseases will euro liMUMiM fever habitual coustlpaUoa of extending tbe cause of CbrWtt here oa be walled fie to any addreta by Swift and blUousnets Pleaaa buy and try a box dayi0MMcnta HiMa4 Oa earth as it wm to send that monetary Specific Co Atlanta jusMiilswd to cure by all druggU Our Neighbors commtsion to England to get their advice on bimetallism Carbuncles GfrtgG- et tlia As tVow In The Ganls to mnko handles for tholr stono nzos cleft the branch of a treo placod tho stono in it and loft it till the wound in tho wood had been complete ly healed Â¬ Burning Itching skin diseases instant- Â¬ ly rellovod by DeWltts Witch Hatel Salve unequalled for ctita brulnesbums Dont yt 1 It heals without leaving a scar Haynes Changed Short llani How about that nddition you were going to build to yonr bonso I found it was going to mnko too big n Bubtiaotlou in my bank account Chicago Journal Vim vigor and victory theso aro characteristics of DeWltts Little Early Risers tho famous llttlo pills for constipation biliousness and all stomach and Miss It Meaning of Course that Mammoth Stock Reducing Sale now going on m if wliir1i will lie continued for 30 days or until they arc disposed of fo Â¬ m i liver troubles Short Haynes Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla Â¬ is an in sectivorous plant its blossom being n small pitchor filled with n fluid which intoxicates flies gnats and other in Roots They sip and sip again becomo iutozicntod nnd fall into tho fluid whero their bodies are dissolved and ab- Â¬ sorbed A Queer riant Natures whisky faotory jtnjyjurimmy z Â¬ Â¬ said the public speaker in a husky voice and then he took a doeo of One Minute CoubIi Cure and proceeded with bis ora tory One Minuto Cough Cure is un equalled for throat and lung troubles Short Haynes I crave but One Minute Like this to Get the Necessaries and even Luxuries of Life in i rorae London Statistics Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An expert at figures says 12000 vehicles n quarter of them omnibuses pass through tho Strand in London every day and tho narrowness of tho street causes onch of tholr 03000 occupants to waste ou nu nvorago thrco minutes Â¬ MilM Tetter Snit IUicum nnd Eczema Tho intense itching and smarting inci- Â¬ dent to theso diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eyo nnd Many 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